Battlefield Hardline, the first-person shooter that’ll turn every player into either a cop or a robber, in less than a week. On February 3rd developer Electronic Arts plans to kick off the Battlefield Hardline beta Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation owners have waited patiently for.

Electronic Arts and Visceral Games, the developer creating the title, revealed the release date for the Battlefield Hardline beta earlier today. Users on all four platforms that are getting the final game will have access beginning on February 3rd. During the Battlefield Hardline beta players will get to try and commit robberies, stop robberies and more. Hotwire Mode is all about high-octane car chases and managing to get away from the team playing as cops. Heist forces players participating as cops to stop the team of criminals from pull off a bank heist. In Conquest, users will be one 64 different players fighting for domination.

According to EA, the Battlefield Hardline beta won’t require any purchases or pre-orders. Users will have to download the game though, look for that download to come in at roughly 11GB on the Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4. The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions should only take up about 4GB of space.

Battlefield Hardline arrives on store shelves in final form on March 17th.