Industry insiders suggest, Battlefield 6 May meet the requirements of the official news from the publisher Electronic Arts sometime in May.
We recently heard that EA removed “standards” from its hitherto unnamed standards Need for Speed In order to help “EA DICE” compare with “Battlefield 6”, it now seems that we should also update the expected FPS soon.
According to a live broadcast of GamesBeat’s Jeff Grub, Jeff Grub is a trusted investigator and can provide a reliable source of information about the publisher’s plan – Electronic Arts Project is in Before launching some E3 adjacency plans later this year, the target is set to May.
When curious viewers asked when the next “Battlefield” game would be released in the live show, Grubb quickly replied: “May”.
He continued: “Things are still unstable.” “They have not announced anything publicly. But my understanding is that they may be watching May.”
Of course, rumors prevail for now; EA has no official information about when we will hear any news about the new game. Although Grubb has been accurate in the past, there is no guarantee that this information will come true. Grubb also recently commented on Elden Ring and Starfield, but neither has been proven to be correct.
Prior to this, EA had commented that the development of the game was “completed in advance”-you hope so, considering that EA Los Angeles has also been drafted to help with the project.
If this story doesn’t help, it doesn’t satisfy all your appetites for “Battlefield”, Sherif recently wrote an article he hopes to see “Battlefield 6” take from “Battlefield 3”.