Battlefield 6 is officially confirmed to be in development, and EA has said that the shooter, due out later this year, will be revealed in full this Spring. When exactly in Spring though? Well, it seems that reveal might be on the horizon. According to GamesBeat journalist Jeff Grubb, Battlefield 6’s reveal is coming this May.
Speaking during a recent GamesBeat Decides podcast, Grubb said that though “things are still fluid”, what with no official announcements having been made yet, EA is currently working toward a reveal of the first person shooter this May, before the “general E3 timeframe”, which is June.
DICE is, of course, leading development on the next Battlefield, but it was recently confirmed that Criterion Games were also pulled in for support work, with this year’s Need for Speed game getting pushed back as a result. Meanwhile, DICE LA is also at work on something Battlefield-related, though whether that’s support work on this year’s game or a separate project entirely remains to be seen.
Recent leaks have indicated that Battlefield 6 will be set in the modern day, be a cross-gen release, feature significantly improved and more dynamic destruction, and more. Read about all of that and more through here and here.