Battlefield 6 is the new chapter in the first person shooter saga from DICE , which should simply be called Battlefield .
After the fifth episode, fans of the series are hoping that the next episode will put the franchise back on the crest of the wave.
After all, there has been talk for weeks that the game could have a futuristic setting and that Japan would also be among the main scenarios.
Now, through a short post on the official profile Twitter , the developers have confirmed that the reveal of the game will take place during next June this year.
Words that rhyme with Soon:
– Battlefield (@Battlefield) May 10, 2021
At the moment, the exact day on which the new Battlefield will be shown to the general public has not yet been announced, although the first details will almost certainly arrive in the coming weeks.
Days ago, insider Tom Henderson talked about what the trailer will bring, as well as revealing more details about the weather and the game world.
But not only that: the new episode could give us the possibility to raze entire cities to the ground thanks to a much better destructibility of environments than in the past.
Consequently, Jeff Grubb had initially anticipated a reveal for the month of May, and then corrected himself in a subsequent tweet, which specified June as a possible announcement window.
A reason for the postponement would be found in none other than the fall of the wreckage of the Chinese rocket (which later fell into the Indian Ocean), as pointed out by the aforementioned Henderson.
In the last few weeks, the correction has also arrived about the alleged battle royale that would be available on day one (with all due respect to the “haters” of Call of Duty Warzone ).
Battlefield 6 could arrive exclusively on PS5, Xbox Series X | S and PC, thus snubbing the past generation of consoles.
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