Many of the older Battlefield games had incredible potential for silly strategies, but this trend didn't continue with the likes of Battlefield 1 and Battlefield 5. Thankfully, it looks like the developers are embracing goofiness with Battlefield 2042.
Battlefield 2042 has just been unveiled as the latest action-packed first-person shooter from EA, but players have to wait until June 13 to get a look at gameplay. Coincidentally, June 13 also happens to be the day of the much-anticipated Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase at E3 2021.
EA has finally revealed Battlefield 2042, a brand-new first-person shooter experience that ramps up the classic Battlefield mayhem with even larger maps, more chaos, and support for up to 128 players on current-gen consoles and PC.
Battlefield 6, the upcoming next entry in the military first-person shooter franchise, appears set for an imminent reveal trailer. Here’s the latest on the upcoming Battlefield reveal, ahead of its expected launch this fall.
The next Battlefield game might arrive later this year, and information is starting to trickle out about the upcoming game. A new leak through Reddit reveals that Battlefield 6 may feature a Battle Royale mode, support for up to 128 players, and a new 'core gameplay' feature.
Between the removal of randomized loot box microtransactions, the choice to focus on a never before seen area of World War II, and more, Battlefield V sounds like it's going to be a unique and satisfying title for fans of the franchise.