It is arguably one of the most anticipated shooting games this year. The new battlefield is planned for this fall on PS5, Xbox Series X, PC and old generation consoles and should be introduced in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, many rumors seem to be revealing the first details about the future hit from Electronic Arts and DICE.
The next battlefield with dynamic weather and natural disasters?
Insider Tom Henderson announced some details about the next edition of Battlefield via his Twitter account. The man affirms that the name of the game is simply “Battlefield,” as many rumors have suggested. Handerson also confirms that the weather should play an important role in the game.
– Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) April 1, 2021
In Battlefield, explosions aren’t the only ones that can damage and collapse buildings. Mother nature can do even more harm.
The insider also tweeted four images of a tsunami, a tornado, an erupting volcano, and an earthquake. These words coincide with the world of the game, as we can find a lot of destructible elements in the previous games. This new rumor is interesting and makes a very good addition to the long list the ability to play up to 128 players, cross-platform with the desire to be inspired by Battlefield 3.
Day One Game Pass?
The rumors don’t stop there. According to insider Shpeshal Ed, there is a chance this time around that the next battlefield will be recorded as soon as it is posted in Microsoft’s Game Pass.
In a recent podcast on the YouTube channel TheXboxEraThe man states that a third-party triple-A FPS could “very likely” be launched for the service. Thanks to the insider’s many allusions, we have two options: Call of Duty or Battlefield.
On the Call of Duty side, its publisher Activison has very good relationships with Sony and PlayStation. This remains unlikely. For Microsoft, these are close to Electronic Arts and even offer the EA Play service in Game Pass Ultimate. The insider therefore seems to be implying that an agreement to integrate the next battlefield could be found once it is released in Game Pass rather than EA Play (which is also available on PS5) The case continues but this could again be a very good operation for Microsoft service.