Battlefield Heroes hits 1m registrations

Customisation the key, reckons DICE.

EA and DICE have announced that Battlefield Heroes has achieved one million registrations following its late-June public launch.

"The team is really proud to have hit one million registrations at this early stage," said Ben Cousins, the BFH team's general manager.

"Creating a character and gameplay experience that is totally yours is what sets this game apart - your hero can be anything from a bazooka-toting pirate, a grenade-throwing ninja or even a mime assassin!"

Battlefield Heroes is free to play via the game's website, although you can spend a bit extra to customise your character, with some customisation options available in return for in-game experience.

Check out our Battlefield Heroes review to see how it all stacks up.

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