EA and DICE would be preparing the next Battlefield installment by giving up the campaign for Battlefield 6 and focusing only on multiplayer mode, a key piece for Battlefield before.
Rumors and leaks about Battlefield 6 do not stop happening in recent days, especially after the clues that EA has given about a more than likely presentation of the new installment of the shooters saga during the month of June.
Today the information that comes to us from the game comes from the hand of Tom Henderson, a well-known Battlefield information leaker who has been correct with other information in the past and who this time suggests that the EA and DICE game will not have this year campaign focusing solely and exclusively on the multiplayer experience.
Tom comments that so far he has not heard anything about the campaign and that also EA, in his last talk to investors, has not talked about this aspect of the new Battlefield in which they did talk about other aspects of the game such as its multiplayer:
“I’ve watched EA’s latest financial results talks, this is the first (before an official announcement) where EA hasn’t mentioned the Battlefield campaign coming this year. It could mean something … or nothing. As I have Mentioned over the last few months I haven’t heard of the campaign yet. It doesn’t mean there isn’t one, but it’s very unusual not to hear about one when this information is shared (referring to investors), “Tom says.
I had to look back at the past EA earnings calls, but this is the first earnings call (prior to a reveal) where EA has not mentioned a campaign coming to this year's #BATTLEFIELD.
Could be something… Could be nothing.
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) May 12, 2021
Obviously, Tom’s information is not official (although he has hit with quite a few details of other Battlefields in the past) so we will have to wait until June to find out if the new shooter will have a single player campaign or not.
Battlefield 6 will also be released for PS4 and Xbox One
One information that is official is that Battlefield 6 will go on sale for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X / S and also for old-generation consoles PS4 and Xbox One, something that has been confirmed by the CEO of EA himself, Andy McNamara.