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Old Battlefield games are being appropriated by a ‘2042’ promo

Electronic Arts have launched several new teasers for the subsequent Battlefield game, which is claimed to be 2042.

A reveal trailer for the sport is going to be viewable via the YouTube video embedded at the highest of this page on June 9 at 7am PT / 10am ET / 3pm BST.


An update on the game’s official Twitter account posted on Monday and linking to the upcoming YouTube trailer said systems were offline and within the process of rebooting, with a progress count at 10 percent.

The same video tease also can be found when booting up recent series entries including Battlefields 5, 1 and 4.

It has been suggested that the new Battlefield game is going to be available via Xbox Game Pass at launch. While unconfirmed, the Xbox Twitter account was quick to reply to EA’s tease on Monday not for the primary time with the progress count having moved up another 10 percent.

EA’s marketing push for the sport , which began last week with a cryptic message to varied influencers, also extends to the news page for Battlefield 5 on consoles, as spotted by journalist Jeff Gerstmann.

A low-quality version of what’s claimed to be a Battlefield 6 trailer leaked last month, followed by a variety of low-quality Battlefield 6 screenshots last week.

It was subsequently claimed that the sport are going to be called ‘Battlefield 2042’ which EA will in the week confirm plans for an open beta set to require place later this month.

The 2042 setting would position the new game exactly 100 years after the first Battlefield game (1942) and 100 years before 2006 instalment 2142. the sport is claimed to specialise in the “next world war”. USA versus Russia is at the guts of the worldwide conflict and players reportedly assume the role of “an elite unit hired by these superpowers”.

It’s officially planned for a cross-gen release for consoles and PC this season .

Battlefield 4 is currently available as a free download to Amazon Prime customers as a part of its Prime Gaming subscription. “Our next Battlefield experience will mark a return to all or any out military warfare,” EA CEO Andrew Wilson said during the company’s third quarter earnings turn Tuesday.

“The game takes full advantage of the facility of next generation platforms to bring massive immersive battles to life with more players than ever before.

“Featuring maps with unprecedented scale, subsequent edition of Battlefield takes all the destruction, player agency, vehicle and weapon combat that the franchise is understood for and elevates it to a different level.

“The team is concentrated and therefore the game is before our internal milestones,” Wilson added. “We will reveal the sport within the spring and deliver a defining Battlefield experience for our players in holiday 2021.”

EA CFO Blake Jorgensen later reiterated that DICE is “way before where we were in prior product cycles” when it involves the Battlefield’s development. It was claimed last year that Battlefield 6’s multiplayer maps were being designed to support increased player counts.

That’s consistent with Tom Henderson, a reputable Call of Duty leaker who previously said DICE’s upcoming shooter would centre on modern-day military combat – a claim later protected by VentureBeat journalist Jeff Grubb.

Henderson, who is that the CEO of production company and social media agency Viral Junkie, claimed the new Battlefield game’s “maps are designed with 128+ players in mind”.

“It doesn’t necessarily mean 64vs64 is coming,” he later added. “The core game remains 32vs32.” During the Q&A section of Tuesday’s earnings call, presumably with a nod to Call of Duty Warzone, an analyst asked EA about FPS games using free-to-play modes to “expand the highest funnel” and whether the corporation has any ambitions to try to to something like that with Battlefield.

“On Battlefield, we don’t have anything more to share at now aside from we believe it’s getting to inaugurate a replacement generation for Battlefield games and Battlefield fans benefitting from the complete power of next-gen platforms,” EA boss Wilson responded.

“And you ought to imagine that we’re looking across all sorts of the experience to make sure that this is often precisely the game that Battlefield fans want to play and therefore the game that we believe will drive growth within the Battlefield franchise.”

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