I just wanted to admire your restraint in not using "the" photo of Will Smith.
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I really, really, really, really, really hope that Visceral can find something interesting to with that multiplayer.
The objectives need to be more than just a pile of money because for the amount of gear that the criminals throw at trying to knock over a couple armoured cars, there's no way to make a profit. I'm not saying that any game is forced to portray life as it is but the scale of conflict I saw in the beta in no way relates to any heist I've ever heard of. Instead of making Heat: The Video Game, they've thrown a thin coat of crime paint on Battlefield.
You have access for as long as your login cookie is good for (30 days from since you last logged in). I'm not sure how intentional this is, but I'm sure the good will it has generated and will continue to generate is worth having a few people game the system for an extra month.
@robo: If you think this decision was made in a vacuum, your head must be in one. With "the national conversation about guns" playing out on TV and in DC plenty of NRA lobbyists have been trying to blame video games. By giving money to gun companies publishers are funding the very people attacking their business interests in Congress and in the court of public opinion. It's like if your house is on fire and you're buying gasoline to pour on it.