There remains a lot of mystery regarding the release of the next Battlefield game, which should be called Battlefield 2042.
So far, the DICE developers have only revealed that they will be presenting their new Battlefield game, the sixth of the main series, on June 9th.
EA has hinted that it has big plans for the BF series in 2021 and beyond, with a spin-off mobile game already in the works.
But today will be significant as it will provide the clearest indicator of just how big Battlefield 2042 will be when it comes out.
Battlefield 1 got off to a great start after a reveal trailer filled with interesting WWI machines and combat.
BFV fared worse, failing to capture the vibe of what players wanted in a sequel, with the WWII setting too close to what came before.
An interesting rumor suggests that a beta of Battlefield 2042 could also be in the works for June.
Following the reveal, EA has been linked to launching an open beta that will give players their first taste of the action in BF6.
The Battlefield 2042 open beta will reportedly begin in June, but that remains a rumor for now, meaning we don’t have any set dates to share.
Battlefield 6 is shaping up to be one of this year’s biggest game releases on PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC.
Here’s what we know about EA’s plans for Battlefield in 2021, with the company revealing earlier this year:
“2021 is an exciting time for us at DICE. Working with multiple world-class development studios within Electronic Arts, we have our largest team ever on a Battlefield game for console and PC.
“Our friends from Criterion and DICE LA are working with us on our shared vision for the game, while the Gothenburg team is taking the technology in the game to the next level. Together, we’re creating a jaw-dropping experience for you to enjoy later in 2021.
“Right now we are in daily playtest mode: perfecting, balancing and making the best Battlefield game possible. I can tell you it’s a brave step. It has everything we love about Battlefield and takes it to the next level.
“Epic scale. All-out military warfare. Crazy and unexpected moments. Revolutionary destruction. Massive battles, filled with more players and chaos than ever. All brought to life with the power of next-generation consoles and PCs. “
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