Battlefield makers will come with a great surprise for us with the next game. We will see a big difference between next-gen and the current-gen versions, and it is all thanks to “technology difference.” The next period of time will be full of announcements of new games, which have been rumored for quite the time. We’ll also get new titles.
However, there’s one game that won’t be featured, and that’s Battlefield 6, which won’t be out until next year. But you know how the internet is – full of rumors.
Some people assume that the new game will have its action set in the modern-day because it makes sense after the other two games took place during the two World Wars. This is also what Tom Henderson is claiming, as well.
He does not talk about all the other assumptions – that this game would be a sequel or a reboot in the Bad Company series. However, he does say that Battlefield 6 will be a cross-gen, which will be “feature-limited” on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This might also mean that the new modes won’t make their appearance on the current-gen versions.
We should mention that the cross-gen versions of the same game are similar, but things will change after the consoles will get to the next-gen era in the following years. This also means a vast power difference between the sets of consoles, because of the result of the new console’s SSD.
As of now, we are waiting for an official statement from the makers of the game. Henderson has been accurate in the past, and we all know he was right when he talked about Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare.
We might hear more about Battlefield 6 in the following months, or even sooner than that, at the EA Play event on 18 June.
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