Last month, Tom Henderson, a well-known Battlefield and Call of Duty leaker, shared some details about Battlefield 6/Battlefield 2021. And earlier today, two leaked screenshots for this new Battlefield game surfaced online. Not only that, but Henderson revealed some additional details about the game’s upcoming announcement trailer.
First of all, here are the leaked screenshots. According to Henderson, these are indeed screenshots from Battlefield 2021. And while we are almost certain that this is the case, we should take them with a grain of salt as they are not official screenshots.
Now on to the new details about the new Battlefield game. According to Henderson, 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.
Naturally, the game will have skins and cosmetics. Some of them are ronin helmet, juggernaut suit, cool body armours, armour on the shoulders, and more.
Henderson claimed that the game won’t feature any jetpacks. However, it will have wingsuits (most likely for its Battle Royale mode).
The game’s movement will be a lot more fluid. Due to its more fluid movement, the game aims to attract numerous players that favoured COD over BF. The game will also have a team skilled based match-making like the one in Battlefield 5/Battlefield 1. As Henderson said:
“You get into the server first and then the game will decide which team you’ll end up in based on the teams and enemy’s K/D”
TTK will be similar to Battlefield 5. Additionally, players can control the heli ospreys, crash land them and use them as transport. There will be 7-8 of them on the map (or at least that’s what will be shown in the trailer).
My guess is that EA and DICE will officially reveal Battlefield 6/Battlefield 2021 with a new trailer later this month.
Stay tuned for more!
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