Screenshot from Battlefield 6 leaked • Eurogamer.de

Screenshot from Battlefield 6 leaked • Eurogamer.de
  • Leaked images show possible impressions from Battlefield 6
  • They feature a high-tech aircraft cockpit and a modern city
  • According to well-known insider Tom Henderson, the screenshots are real

According to current rumors, the latest run of Battlefield is expected to be announced later this month. Now screenshots are making rounds that are said to have leaked from the upcoming shooter and already provide insight into the setting.

Since this is a leak, we have not included images here at the moment. And also ImgurWhere screenshots previously appeared, pictures have already been removed. These show a modern city under stormy clouds and have a view from a high-tech cockpit that almost makes an impression of the future. A missile can also be seen through the windshield.

Well-known insider Tom Henderson, who has already provided a lot of reliable information in the past, also confirms that these are actual screenshots from the game:

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Nevertheless, the new images should still be viewed as a rumor, as the developer studio or publisher has not yet officially commented on them. When the new Battlefield is introduced soon, we can be sure that the screenshots are genuine.

Even this month’s alleged announcement comes “only” from a leak by Tom Henderson. The fact that there should be new information about Battlefield in the spring is one thing Official notice From EA, then it should not be too long.

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So far there is no official title and no special release date for the new part of the popular military shooter series, but the game is supposedly Still in 2021 can be seen. In addition, a mobile game for the franchise is scheduled to run alongside Industrial Toys Studios next year.

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