Battlefield 6 is anticipated to be revealed quickly – and the announcement could occur as early as this week. DICE and EA have already teased followers about what to anticipate from Battlefield 6, promising a “jaw-dropping” expertise on next-gen consoles.
Tantalising teasers about what to anticipate from Battlefield 6 was revealed in a weblog put up two and a half weeks in the past, with followers informed a reveal was taking place “quickly”.
However, since then there’s been no official phrase on when the Battlefield 6 reveal could be.
There had been rumours that final week EA and DICE would lastly carry the lid on the following entry within the vastly well-liked FPS collection, however that week got here and went with no bulletins on Battlefield 6.
Fans have, nevertheless, seen alleged screenshots and audio from the Battlefield 6 trailer leak on-line – with trusted leaker Tom Henderson backing up the veracity of the leaks.
And one in all these leaks could show that the Battlefield 6 reveal is simply across the nook.
At the beginning of this week German composers 2WEI, whose music has featured on trailers for quite a few motion pictures like Wonder Woman, took to Twitter to reveal sport trailers might be dropping this week with their music.
The German duo tweeted: “Happy Monday! Two new sport trailers with our music coming this week.”
And this tweet caught the eye of Battlefield followers – because the leaked BF6 trailer audio that has been doing the rounds on the web options one in all 2WEI’s songs – Run Baby Run.
Replying to the tweet from 2WEI one tweeter posted: “Is it, perhaps, a new Battlefield sport?”
While one other wrote: “Oh boy it is lastly taking place!!!”
And one added: “LET’S GOOOOO #Battlefield”.
In-the-know journalist Jeff Grubb has additionally chimed in concerning the Battlefield 6, updating his ‘summer time sport mess’ Twitter put up which rounds up all the person gaming occasions to regulate.
Grubb stated the Battlefield 6 could be taking place round “May-(*6*)”.
The VentureBeat journalist went on so as to add: “I do suppose that Battlefield moved to later this month/early subsequent month. I assumed it did not transfer after listening to “early May” again in March, however it did.”