Battlefield 2042 is due to launch this year and is next in line in EA’s successful wartime franchise.
Typically an all-out military warzone experience with up to 64 players, it is an exciting time for the American gaming organisation to team up with DICE once more to produce arguably one of the best first-person shooters that money can buy.
The first Battlefield, titled “1942,” was released back in September 2002 for Microsoft PC and OS X, and has gone on to become a phenomenal success with the following 10 main releases, with a significant number of spin-off games during that timeframe.
Information is still limited regarding Battlefield 6 and we will update this article once more details are revealed by EA and DICE.
Here is everything you need to know about Battlefield 6:
UPDATE 23rd July: Battlefield 2042 will be running an open beta period in September, the game's developers confirmed.
UPDATE 22nd July: So there we are, EA Play Live came and went and Battlefield 2042 were one of the top games shown, understandably. They revealed a whole new game mode that is giving back to the fans.
UPDATE 2nd July: Leaks are suggesting that an old fan-favourite feature will be returning to the franchise.
UPDATE 21st July: With EA Play Live taking place in just over 24 hours time, EA and DICE have dropped another teaser ahead of the eagerly-anticipated expo.
15th July: Battlefield have announced that Specialists will be in the game, and they will have customisable load-outs.
As well as this, many gamers have been speculating whether the cross-play function will feature in Battlefield 2042.
15th July: Developers have revealed how players will be able to use the Wingsuit in Battlefield 2042.
12th July: The gaming community have been speculating what EA will provide with the price brackets they have opted to go with.
Read more: Battlefield 2042: What will the price be?
9th July: The latest news has revealed that some fan-favourite maps will be returning in Battlefield 2042.
1st July: It has been revealed that Battlefield will be teaming up with Nvidia tech to help reduce latency and frame rate issues.
25th June: Possible bad news for those looking forward to Battlefield 2042! It appears that the developers have revealed that they are not certain that they will be able to fill their new large lobbies when the game is launched.
24th June: Battlefield 2042 will have a third game mode, which will be a sandbox game mode, according to the latest leaks.
23rd June: Battlefield 2042 could be releasing more content in the lead up to its expected release before the end of the year, leakers have revealed.
17th June: It has now been revealed that a new AI bot system will be coming to the game for both single player and multiplayer.
15th June: Gamers across the land will be curious regarding how they can register their interest in a copy of Battlefield 2042 before they are sold out.
Read more: Battlefield 2042: When can I pre-order?
14th June: Battlefield 2042 was showcased at E3 2021 as the gameplay took centre stage at this year's expo.
Read more: Battlefield 2042: Gameplay Trailer Revealed
10th June: The Battlefield 2042 trailer, which was over 4 minutes long, revealed a great new addition to the franchise- Robot dogs.
Battlefield released a world reveal trailer to show excited fans what exactly the game had to offer.
10th June: Loyal fans of the all-out warfare series could get their hands on the game sooner rather than expected.
9th June: BATTLEFIELD 2042 ANNOUNCED! The American gaming organisation, along with DICE, officially announced the next instalment of the franchise and treated fans to a world-first look regarding what they can expect from the next chapter.
The exact date of release for Battlefield 2042 is currently unknown - but gamers have been assured that it will be at some point during 2021.
According to the game’s official Twitter account, the first Battlefield 2042 reveal trailer could be shown in June, which should finally give us an insight in terms of what we should expect from their latest creation.
They provided a teasing tweet that simply said: “Words that rhyme with Soon. June. Boom.”
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work out that this means the first look into Battlefield 6 is coming very soon. It would be a huge surprise if this wasn’t the first trailer.
7th June: Battlefield 2042 is on the verge of being unveiled to the world and warnings are already being issued beforehand.
4th June: Many have been speculating whether microtransactions will make a return to Battlefield for the sixth instalment of the franchise, after the controversy EA caused by adding them to the last game.
19th May: Tom Henderson is a prominent leaker as far as Battlefield is concerned, and confirmed that images leaked online on 17th May were authentic, in what appeared to be from the upcoming reveal trailer promised to us in June.
Alarivdhuman attempted to clean up the pictures in what doesn’t really show us or tell us a great deal at this time. While there has been plenty of whispers regarding robotic dogs and other cutting edge devices, it remains to be seen whether this image shows exactly that.
Please refer to the Latest News section for any breaking Battlefield 2042 developments.
Battlefield 2042 will be set 21 years in the future and will feature an array of futuristic weapons and gadgets scampering around the battlegrounds.
The maps in Battlefield V were seismic to begin with, imagining that they could get any larger than they already are is difficult to comprehend. But there has been a rumour circulating online that this could, in fact, be the case.
Various sources on Twitter have indicated that there could be servers designed to have as many as 128 players in one game, meaning 64v64 combat. Nothing has been officially confirmed on this subject, but this is something to get incredibly about for all those Battlefield fans.
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