Battleground 6– As announced by EA during an earnings call, Battlefield 6 will arrive on current and last-gen consoles. EA and DICE were expected to disregard last-generation consoles for Battlefield 6, but fans hoped they would utilize the Xbox One X and PlayStation 5’s technological capabilities. However, it seems that may not be the case entirely.
The situation has been recementing before. Battlefield 4 was released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as previous generation consoles. Around a year later, Battlefield Hardline hit both console generations, and it was the last game for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. In addition to Xbox One and PS4’s visual enhancements, Battlefield 4 received a player count double that of the PC version, allowing for an astounding level of scope and scale. Both versions were well-made, however.
What’s more in Battlefield 6?
While Henderson has a solid track record, it will be some time before we can verify whether these images are genuine. Battlefield’s social media account teased that the reveal will arrive next month. It is with a not-so-cryptic tweet suggesting it’ll come next month.
A live EA Play event will take place in 2021 to showcase an array of upcoming titles. In addition to the Battlefield 6 news, there will be information on Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 2 at the show on July 22. Perhaps even a release date, as well as a complete gameplay presentation, could be announced.
Indeed, Battlefield 6 hasn’t been officially announcing, aside from the fact that it exists and is slating for release this year. But several intriguing details have leaked regarding the game. Among them is the fact that the game will launch on both PS4/PS5 and Xbox One/Xbox Series X. As well as a “revolutionary” single-player mode – though another leak suggests there won’t be any form of single-player.
Battlefield 6 still hasn’t been there in a trailer, despite rumors last week of a reveal. EA (via VGC) hinted at a reveal for June during its investor’s call. But the company did offer a few small tidbits. First, Andrew Wilson, CEO of EA and DICE, commented that both new and old versions of Battlefield 6. That it would release last-gen and current-gen consoles.
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