The survey also mentions clans, weapon blueprints, and more.
Battlefield 6 rumours have been coming in thick and fast over the last couple of months. The game is due out this Holiday, and development on the shooter is in full swing, but with its official reveal still to come, details on it have mostly been coming from leaks. These leaks have spoken about several details, with the latest, most significant one claiming that this year’s Battlefield will include clans, battle passes, a free-to-play mode, and more. A recent survey for Battlefield sent out by EA seems to strongly hint that those leaks are accurate.
As reported by YouTube channel Lossy, the aforementioned survey asks how players would feel about a multiplayer free-to-play mode, weapon blueprints, a clan system with a cap of 100 players, a battle pass system, maps that are routinely updated over time, and more. As known Battlefield insider Tom Henderson points out on Twitter, the survey might possibly have been sent out to judge when to begin marketing for these features based on how fans respond to the questions.