The new title in the Battlefield series, Battlefield 6, is one of the most anticipated games in 2021. But it is also one of the titles with the least amount of information floating around.
This all changed when two potential screenshots from the game leaked, and the community has been abuzz since.
Two low-resolution screenshots have hit the interwebs that appear to show what could allegedly be Battlefield 6. Many are still debating the authenticity of these screengrabs, while an infamous leaker has already spoken out that they are, in fact, from Battlefield 6.
The first image is a wide framed shot of what could be a cinematic trailer or first-person view with the HUD removed as it shows an island with V-22s flying overhead. The second screenshot is more gameplay-oriented as it shows the HUD of an aircraft pilot pointing towards air combat in the new Battlefield.
The image was posted onto Reddit by u/FeeAdministrative666 but what’s more is that Tom Henderson, who’s known for previous verified leaks, has also confirmed that these shots are, in fact, from Battlefield 6.
Reddit soon took to debunk the images, and it was evident in the comments that if these were photoshopped, someone has gone the extra mile to make these as accurate as possible.
Other Redditors brought up the fact that Tom might have a copy of the new trailer. Thus can verify the images and more because Henderson leaked identical drawings from Battlefield 6 earlier.
These images, if real, really shed light on the gameplay of the new title with large-scale remote islands and modern combat-ready aircraft in the urban environment. Either way, we will have to wait for a new trailer for more information.
Battlefield is a series of first-person shooter video games that began with Battlefield 1942, which was initially released in 2002 for Microsoft Windows and OS X. The series is being developed by EA DICE in Sweden and is published by Electronic Arts in the United States. The PC games in the series are mainly focused on the online multiplayer.
Overall, and as of 2012, the Battlefield series has been played by more than 50 million players worldwide across the 11 games and 12 expansion packs released since its inception in 2002.