Many new Battlefield Hardline Game Modes are featured in this game, for instance: Heist, Rescue, Hotwire Mode, Blood Money and Crosshair Mode.
Heist: The lawbreakers need to break into a money filled vault (or as showcased in some maps, strike open the doors of an armoured vehicle) then relocate the cash money filled up bundles to a removal factor; the cops has to quit them. If the Criminals manage to leave by bringing all the money to the extraction factor they gain.
Blood Money: Both factions need to obtain money from an open crate in the facility of the map, then quick back to their corresponding side's armored truck. Gamers can additionally steal money from the opposing group's vehicle. The team that first transfers $5 million well worth of cash right into their truck or the group with the most cash under a time frame victories.
Hotwire Mode: Drivable vehicles take the role of typical Conquest "flags." Like Conquest, recording cars (done by driving over a certain "travelling" rate) will certainly bleed the opponent group's support tickets. The team which reduces the other's to no or that has one of the most tickets remaining after the moment limit victories.
Rescue: In a 3 minute long 5 vs 5 affordable method, S.W.A.T officers should try to rescue hostages held by criminal pressures. The cops win by either saving the hostage(s) or by killing all the bad guys. Offenders win by eliminating all the police officers. Each gamer has just one life in this method, that suggests no respawns.
Crosshair: The 2nd competitive game mode in Battlefield Hardline. Crosshair is additionally 3 minutes long, 5 vs 5 with only one life. In Crosshair the offenders are attempting to kill a gamer regulated VIP on the cops side who is a former gang member turned states witness. The wrongdoers victory by eliminating the VIP and also the cops victory by acquiring the VIP to the extraction factor.