Battlefield 6 To Be Revealed This June 2021

It’s been three years since the last installment of the prestigious Battlefield series was released, but that’s about to change. The next game in the series, possibly titled Battlefield 6, has announced its release date for next month, with further details coming out over the summer.

Just yesterday, the official Battlefield 6 Twitter began hinting at a June reveal, with a not-so-subtle tweet about the case. Originally, a new trailer for the game was due later this week, with fans of the series speculating whether the trailer may have been postponed if it had been delayed at all. Theories have ranged from a coronavirus-related issue to China’s Long March 5B rocket smashing into the Earth, as the trailer allegedly depicts an exploded rocket.


However, EA has now announced that details on Battlefield 6 will be released next month. EA CEO Andrew Wilson confirmed that the game would be a true next-gen experience, implying that the PS4 and Xbox One hardware generations will be skipped. The game would reportedly feature epic-scale, all-out fights for players, making the prospect of using the latest generation of consoles all the more enticing.

Although no official date for the unveiling has been revealed, E3 2021 will take place in June, and while EA will not be personally involved with the event, it seems like the most logical moment for the next Battlefield to debut. The game will likely be seen at either the Xbox or PlayStation conference, as the rivalry between the two firms has heated up in recent weeks.

According to previous rumors, Battlefield 6 will be available on Game Pass on launch day, which doesn’t seem that far-fetched given Xbox’s focus on the app. Furthermore, Xbox has cultivated a partnership with EA by providing EA Access in Game Pass, allowing subscribers to access select EA games. This suggests a live unveiling for Xbox, but nothing has been confirmed as of yet.

Notably, an EA Play showcase has been scheduled for July 2021, which will certainly include more Battlefield 6 information. That would correspond to the pledge of knowledge over the summer, and it would allow Battlefield to take center stage during a month with little game launches to divert attention away from it. If it truly sticks to the latest tech, Battlefield 6 may be one of the first games made exclusively for next-gen consoles, giving it a strategic advantage over Call of Duty.

Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc is a frantic writer, blogger, and ghostwriter. He quit his office job as an Applications Engineer for the love of writing. When he’s not working, he’s either playing with his PS4 or his 1-year old daughter.

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