Battlefield 2021 gameplay screenshots leak-1

First gameplay screenshots for Battlefield 2021/Battlefield 6 leaked

While EA and DICE plan to officially reveal the new Battlefield on June 9th, the first gameplay screenshots from it have been leaked online. These screenshots appear to be from the game’s alpha build, and they are of a low resolution. Still, we believe that most BF fans will be interested in them.

From what we know so far, Battlefield 2021/Battlefield 6 will release on both current-gen & old-gen platforms. The game will be using the latest version of the Frostbite Engine, and promises to deliver a “true next-gen experience“.

Battlefield 2021 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.

In this new BF game, Levolution will be present and will be more than a gimmick. According to the well-known Battlefield/Call of Duty leaker, Tom Henderson, Levolution will be more like a part of the core game, and will affect its gameplay.

The game will have skins and cosmetics, so expect EA to monetize them via MTX. Some of them are ronin helmet, juggernaut suit, cool body armours, armour on the shoulders, and more.

Lastly, a trailer that was intended to be shown internally was also leaked a while back.

Stay tuned for more!

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