The latest rumors about Battlefield 6 suggest that the upcoming entry into the popular DICE series of shooters will be announced exclusively on the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
According to a reliable girl Tom Henderson, the game will skip the PS4 and Xbox One in favor of focusing on next-generation consoles and making the most of the extra power they offer.
Henderson claims to have heard nothing about the release on the latest-generation consoles, which would suggest that the game focuses exclusively on the PS5 and Xbox Series X. Leaker also hints at persistent rumors that the game will perform on the Xbox Game Pass service on the first day. big coup.
In the meantime, I still haven’t heard anything concrete that #BATTLEFIELD is coming to past generic consoles. Theory – Indicates to me that it probably won’t, and the biggest reason #BATTLEFIELD will come to the Xbox Game Pass on Day 1 is the increase in the number of players.April 15, 2021
Battlefield 6, which is the next-generation exclusive, would end with a statement given by DICE to Gamespot last year, in which the company confirmed the game is in development and “aims for a new innovation that will be enabled by next-generation platforms.” do innovations really work on consoles that will soon turn eight?
However, in the past, the franchise has accepted intergenerational editions. Battlefield 4 was released in 2013 on the PS3 and Xbox 360, as well as on the new release of the PS4 and Xbox One. It is clear that DICE does not object to working in multiple generations of hardware.
Is this a good thing for Battlefield 6?
All in all, according to the news, we have two feelings. On the one hand, games coming out through generations of consoles can often retain older technologies. (Hopefully that won’t be the case for intergenerational games like Halo: Infinite or Horizon: Forbbiden West.) A battlefield that really pushes the PS5 and Xbox Series X would be very welcome.
However, given the current stock status of the PS5 and Xbox Series X, it would be unfair when many players couldn’t enjoy the next Battlefield game because they couldn’t buy the consoles needed to play. The condition of the socks is not expected to improve until the fall, when Battlefield 6 is likely to be released.
For now, this is just a rumor and it is possible that the game will be found on both the current and the latest generation of machines. Resident Evil Village was originally announced exclusively for the PS5 / Xbox Series X before being later confirmed for the PS4 / Xbox One; that could be the case here as well.
Henderson has leaked quite a bit of information about Battlefield 6 in recent weeks, including what the first trailer for the game will look like via raw sketches (which is no joke), so the official revelation doesn’t look that far off.
The latest online whisper suggests we’ll find out more about the game in May. Hopefully, EA should clarify on which platforms Battlefield 6 will then be available.