I got this through the Origin vault and it's not like I remember it, where I see the start up screen for single player. It's sending me to the Battlelog site and I could care less about the battlelog site. I don't do multiplayer I prefer single player.
It took about ten tries before trying to do it with Origin in off line mode. But I don't want to keep Origin off line in order to play Hardline.
I am requesting a more permanent solution to my problem so that I can enjoy hardline in single player and with my X1 controller without having to
A: Pause the game every few minutes to figure out the controller scheme
B: Be sent to the Battlelog website
I'm trying to get help with chat as it would be faster to get a response but no one's answering
It should not be complicated to play Hardline in single player without having to keep checking the control scheme for the controller and without having to go through the browser to do it.
There is no Dx error.
There were no crashes caused by graphics cards
It may have something to do with the recent, forced and unwanted update.
This is my only Origin account; version 10.4.16.25850 - 0
The only thing I did was uninstall Origin from it's previous drive to move ALL Game programs from Steam and Origin to a specific and dedicated external drive, then reinstall and then moved a copy of the Origin Games folder to the new Origin games folder on the new drive. I then had to repair the installation to be sure it was working five by five, Translation: Copasetic, within normal parameters, No problems, no whammies.
I've checked on other sites, even done searches on Google and Ask Jeeves's search site. I had to amend the shortcut on the desktop to include a specific command string to bypass the Battlelog connection to the browser.
CPU: AMD FX-8320E Black Edition PileDriver 3.2 GHz Eight-Core
System Memory: 24 GB Max memory per slot 16GB Max memory 64GB
DDR3 2400+ O.C., 2100 O.C., 1866 O.C., 1800 O.C., 1600 O.C., 1333, 1066
Memory slot 1: Crucial Ballistix Sport 4GB PC3-12800
Memory slot 2: Crucial Ballistix Sport 4GB PC3-12800
Memory slot 3: PNY Electronics 8GB PC3-12800
Memory slot 4: PNY Electronics 8GB PC3-12800
GPU: Radeon RX 460 4GB GDDR5 Asus logo set for "Breathing" flash pattern
OS: Non Game system Linux/Unix
OS Game system Windows 8.1
Motherboard: ASRock 970A-G/3.1
Logitech Wireless Keyboard
Logitech Wireless mouse M215
Logitech Webcam HD 615
Xbox 360 Controller, Black X2
1 Insignia 360 controller dual recharging unit
2 rechargeable battery packs
1 Xbox 1 controller in black
1 Xbox 1 USB Adapter
1 Skullcrusher Hesh 2 Bluetooth wireless headphones
1 EVGA 500 Watt 80+ ATX PSU Non modular
3 Cool Master fans
1 200mm CM Fan on intake
2 120mm CM fans red LED on intake
1 140mm CM fan on spew
1 120mm blue LED Fan on spew
1 SanDisk 480GB SSD drive: Linux/Unix
1 Western Digital 2TB hard drive: Spare Drive
1 Western Digital 1TB drive: Spare Drive
1 Seagate 1TB Drive: Windows 8.1 Game OS
1 DVD/CD Burner BD player
1 Western Digital 750 USB drive
1 Western Digital 2TB MyCloud network drive
1 Western Digital 6TB MyBook External USB 3.0 Drive
Speed: 100 downstream, 10 upstream
I eagerly await a reply or a resolution to my problem
August 2017 - last edited August 2017
Battlefield Hardline have a WebUI, a webbrowser based user interface. In the order to play the game you have to log in to Battlelog. Here you can check your player profile (pic. 1). You can play multiplayer (pic. 2) In multiplayer I suggest to browse server, because the lack of players on PC. Picture number 3 show how to enter onto Single player. Have fun!
a month ago
This post is from 2017 so I'll be locking it down to avoid any more necroposting. If you still need help please create a new post if you're not able to find a similar topic that was recently created in the last few months.
Don't "necropost." Reviving, updating or bumping old, outdated and irrelevant threads is not helpful for our community. It's best to check when the thread was created before you hit post, just to make sure it's not 2 years old for example.