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Battlefield 6/Battlefield 2021 debut trailer will most likely release this week [UPDATE]

Last month, Oskar Gabrielson, General Manager at DICE, claimed that Battlefield 6/Battlefield 2021 will be revealed soon. And, from the looks of it, EA may release its announcement trailer later this week.

Let’s take things from the beginning though. Last week, the audio from the announcement trailer of the new Battlefield game was leaked online. This trailer seems to feature the “RUN, BABY RUN” track from ZWEI. And earlier today, ZWEI revealed that two new game trailers with their music will come this week.

Battlefield 6 tweet tease

Given the fact that EA will reveal the new Battlefield game this month, we can safely assume that one of them will be for BF6/BF2021.

From what we know so far, Battlefield 6 will have maps with a day/night cycle and dynamic weather. Players will also be able to customize nearly every single aspect of the weapons.

Levolution will be present in the game and will be more than a gimmick. According to Henderson, it will be more like a part of the core game, and will affect its gameplay.

The game will also have skins and cosmetics. Some of them are ronin helmet, juggernaut suit, cool body armours, armour on the shoulders, and more.

You can find more leaked details about Battlefield 6/Battlefield 2021 here. Below you can also find the trailer audio leak.

Lastly, there are rumors suggesting that the trailer will come out on May 11th. However, this date is just a rumor and nothing more. Thus, we suggest taking this date with a grain of salt.

Stay tuned for more!

Battlefield 6 FULL Trailer Audio Leak

UPDATE:

The official Battlefield Twitter account tweeted the following message. This is most likely a hint for the gameplay trailer of Battlefield 6/Battlefield 2021. We don’t know whether the reveal trailer has been postponed until June. Thus, we may not get anything at all this week.

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