‘Battlefield 6’ is officially getting a reveal next week!

All the curiosity was building up to this point, and now the wait is finally over. EA just officially teased a Battlefield 6 reveal next week!

Well, it was undoubtedly foreseen already as the exciting game was initially teased with a weird tweet by EA in May. But now the Battlefield 6 announcement is confirmed, for real, on June 9.

‘Battlefield 6’: What to expect?

The main title remains unknown, but the leaks so far have hinted towards a modern setting. However, it will be interesting to see what the eventual reveal has to offer.

The June 9 event may showcase a brief glimpse or even an extended clip (depending on the developers).

Other details are yet to be shared publicly.

Still, some of the fans aren’t excited about the upcoming big announcement. Because initially, EA promised to give out the news in February, earlier this year. Unfortunately, it didn’t happen.

Coming onto to the title itself then several prominent scoopers have already made key claims about Battlefield 6. Among them is Tom Henderson, who has a reputation for mainly sharing accurate information regarding the pre-release period of any popular launch.

There are already a few leaked images surfacing online, showing sequences from what’s rumored to be the actual trailer.

Moreover, Henderson’s leaks suggest that Battlefield 6 will be set roughly ten years from the present-day timeline. And that players will have the options to fight either for the US or Russia.

But again, rumors remain rumors until they turn out true eventually. And it applies to the next week’s reveal from EA as well.

Mark your timings for June 9, 7 am PT/10 am ET/4 pm CEST.

ALSO READ: New Battlefield 6 trailer leaks claimed by a trusted insider

Upcoming titles of 2021

Meanwhile, there are also multiple other heavyweights this year. And enthusiastic die-hard gamers are waiting right now!

Some of the most-awaited potential blockbusters, Halo Infinite, STALKER 2, and New World, are there.

Horizon Forbidden West, Far Cry 6, a new Call of Duty installment, Dying Light 2, and Deathloop are also on the list.

The extensive line-up extends further with Humankind, GhostWire: Tokyo, and Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Scarlet Nexus, Little Devil Inside, and Life Is Strange: True Colors are other crucial launches.

Coming onto Battlefield 6, again, it’s just days away now from its maiden reveal.

What do you think about all the major games arriving later this year? Are you excited about them already?

Drop your reactions and any other suggestion you have on our social media handle on Twitter at @MICKYNewsOz.


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