Battlefield 6. The game that keeps us waiting with the utmost impatience. Every piece of Battlefield 6 news is a hot topic, and now we got something quite sizzling: Battlefield 6 might not release for the last-gen consoles PS4 and Xbox One.
So, you know the drill by now. With so many Battlefield 6 news to stay on top of, we always start these off with a public service. An overview of some of our Battlefield 6 news:
- DrDisrespect Is Super Hyped for Battlefield 6
- Battlefield 6 Trailer Leak: Extreme Weather & Natural Disasters
- Battlefield 6 Will Launch on Xbox Game Pass on Day One
- New Details on Battlefield 6 Multiplayer & Battle Royale
Will Battlefield 6 Be Released on PS4 & Xbox One?
Well, apparently: No, Battlefield 6 might not be released on the last-gen consoles. We, at EarlyGame, have long suspected that with the destructible environments and the huge scale online battles that the game has planned, it might be too much for the PS4 and Xbox One to handle. How are last-gen consoles supposed to properly manage a game that has weather so extreme it crumbles buildings? A game that has players in excess of 120, duking it out amongst destructible and dynamic environments?
Now, leaker TomHenderson seemed to confirm some of our Battlefield 6 suspicions:
In other news, I still have yet to hear anything concrete that #BATTLEFIELD will come to past gen consoles. Theory - It indicates to me that it probably won't and the biggest reason #BATTLEFIELD will come to the Xbox Game Pass on day 1 is to boost up player numbers.— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) April 15, 2021
Surely this is sad news to many that don't own a next-gen console yet, of which, there are many. After all, next-gen consoles are still selling like hot cakes, meaning they're snagged up the second they're announced. Does that comparison make sense? Whatever, it's close to midnight here, and I'm gonna roll with it...
As a consolation: Battlefield 6 will launch on Xbox Game Pass, so you don't necessarily need a super expensive next-gen system to enjoy the game.
We'll know more in the coming weeks or months. At the latest, E3, which takes place between June 12 and June 15, will most definitely have some Battlefield 6 reveals.
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