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Battlefield 6 Trailer Has Been 80% Leaked

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Battlefield 6 has been leaking left and right and now even more images have been leaked from its upcoming reveal trailer. The trailer is supposed to be launching around E3 2021, which is going to be happening on June 12th. While EA does have its own dedicated big event in July, they have confirmed that the next Battlefield will make an appearance in June instead. Meanwhile, titles such as Dragon Age 4, next-gen racing game (supposedly Need for Speed) and perhaps some other surprises, won’t appear until EA’s digital conference sometime in July.

Disclaimer – This information has not been verified, therefore this is not factual.

According to Tom Henderson who’s a prominent Battlefield and Call of Duty insider about 80% or so of the trailer has been leaked already via images. Putting all the images together creates a sequence that resembles something of the Battlefield 6 trailer that is going to be released to the public soon.  At this point, its obvious that the internet has not been to kind to EA and leaks are happening almost on weekly if not daily basis now when it comes to next Battlefield title. You can check out all of these Battlefield 6 images in a gif format – credit goes to all the fans and players who have combined all of these images in 1 convenient place for everyone else too see.

The game is rumored and speculated to be coming out sometime between October to December of this year for next generation systems such as PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. The game is set in the near future, will allow up to 128 players in a single match, it will feature a Battle Royale mode later down the line in 2022 along with highly destructible cities than the previous titles.. It. While cross-gen versions are not officially confirmed yet, it would be safe to assume that PlayStation 4, Xbox One won’t be left out.

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