The Battlefield 6 Leaks Don’t Stop; in fact, we may be in for the game’s biggest leak to date – apparently the Battlefield 6 trailer has been leaked entirely.
The trailer has come in VGC form and gives us the best glimpse yet of the sixth title in the Battlefield franchise. Unfortunately, the trollface watermark that appeared on all previously leaked screenshots is still there. The trailer also confirms multiple additional leaks, including setting up the game in the near future and the fact that it won’t actually have ‘Battlefield 6’ as its title.
This leak of the trailer is accompanied by the news that it was not supposed to be seen by the public. Some sources claim that this trailer was only intended for internal use. However, Tom Henderson, a renowned Battlefield leaker, has claimed that really, that’s not the case.
It is not yet clear if this trailer was ever intended to be released to the public. Either way, it seems that when the game is released publicly – which has been confirmed to be in June – we will have a new trailer.
After all, the surprises in this reveal video, dubbed by fans as the “Rocket Launch trailer”, have been overly spoiled by this point. If you want to see the video, you can watch it below. Please note that it contains multiple scenes with strong, flashing lights.
The Battlefield 6 trailer has already circulated everywhere
Battlefield 6 has quickly become one of the worst-kept secrets in gaming history, with multiple leaks that we’ve seen enough of to get an idea of functionality. Considering that, technically, the game has not yet been announced, it is clear that secrecy has not played in favor of this title. Still, some of the alleged leaks may turn out to be false. According to one leak, the game will feature an “innovative” solo campaign, but another leak says the game will completely omit any form of solo play; both statements cannot be true.
Luckily, we won’t have to wait much longer to get a proper view of the game. This month, the game will be released publicly. There is no confirmed date, but everything indicates that it will be June 8.
Rumor has also spread that Battlefield 6 will be a next-gen game, available only to the lucky ones who own a PS5 or Xbox Series X. Luckily, it’s been confirmed to be just that, a rumor, and that PS4 and Xbox One players will be able to enjoy the title.