What you need to know
- The next Battlefield game is expected to receive its first reveal trailer "this week," as suggested by a recent post from music duo 2WEI.
- It comes as alleged audio from the next Battlefield trailer surfaced online last Friday, featuring music from 2WEI.
- The next Battlefield game is expected to launch in late 2021 on console and PC.
Update May 11 (6:49 a.m. ET): Electronic Arts has dropped a cryptic teaser via the official Battlefield Twitter account, implying Battlefield 6 could be revealed in June. It remains unclear what 2WEI references with its recent tweet, in light of recent Battlefield leaks.
Electronic Arts is expected to debut the first trailer for its next Battlefield game this week, as supported by a new post from music group 2WEI. It comes after a tease of a reveal from EA just weeks prior, promising a new mainline entry in the military shooter franchise, colloquially known as Battlefield 6, on track for release later in 2021.
The latest details on the Battlefield 6 reveal come via 2WEI, stating two video game trailers releasing this week will feature work from the duo. "Happy Monday! Two new game trailers with our music coming this week," the group stated on Twitter. It comes after alleged leaked audio for the next Battlefield reveal trailer surfaced online last week, featuring "Run Baby Run" from 2WEI and Ali Christenhusz. The account has also recently liked tweets from employees at Stockholm-based Battlefield developer, EA DICE.
Battlefield publisher, Electronic Arts, has remained tight on details ahead of the reveal for its next title. "The technical advancements of the new consoles are allowing the teams to deliver a true next-gen vision for the franchise," CEO Andrew Wilson previously told investors in November. The latest from the company suggests the title remains on track for a fall 2021 release date, with past Battlefield unveilings also falling in May.
Battlefield 6 is expected to embrace a near-future setting, melding modern-day armaments with drones, robots, and other upcoming military technologies. That's coupled with what many expect to be the largest game to date, supporting up to 128-player matches, open multiplayer maps, and upgraded environmental destruction.
Last Friday saw the alleged audio track for the next Battlefield trailer surface online, aligning from previously leaked gameplay details from reputable sources. It appears preparations remain ongoing behind the scenes, with more information on Battlefield 6 expected over the coming days. The title is confirmed to launch on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC, with Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions yet to be discussed ahead of the reveal.
Update May 11 (6:49 a.m. ET) — Battlefield 6 reveal trailer "this week"
Electronic Arts has dropped a cryptic teaser for the next Battlefield game, suggesting a reveal may take place in June. It remains unclear which video game trailers launching this week will feature music from 2WEI, especially in light of recent Battlefield leaks featuring music from the duo. Expect more on the upcoming Battlefield reveal over the coming weeks.
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