Game set in near-future, launching on October 23rd
Electronic Arts has finally unveiled its next Battlefield series game. Called Battlefield 2042, the game is set in the near future, has cross-generation support, lacks a standard single-player campaign, and focuses heavily on the multiplayer experience.
Might be focusing on next-gen consoles
During its Q2 fiscal 2020 earnings call, Electronic Arts has confirmed that there won't be a new Battlefield game until fiscal 2022 and should take advantage of next-gen hardware.
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Confirmed on Battlefield Twitter
Although there were quite a few teasers earlier, it has now been confirmed that the official Battlefield 5 reveal is set for May 23rd.
Shifting focus on Battlefront
According to the announcement made by EA earlier this week, it appears that there won't be any new Battlefield game for a "couple of years".
Part of the new Gameplay series of trailers
As we draw closer to the October 21st launch date, EA is further teasing us about the upcoming Battlefield 1 game with a new trailer detailing weapons that can be used in the game.
Released on October 21 with early access on October 18
Battlefield 4 was a great game and its prequel, Battlefield 1 will give us a great reason to open our wallets.
Expected before holiday 2016 season
A senior executive at DICE has confirmed that the developer is working on a new game in the Battlefield franchise and according to earlier details, it will be once again set in military setting, as opposed to the recently released Battlefield Hardline.
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Electronic Arts claims that its upcoming game line-up will be an "embarrassment of riches" next year.