Battlefield 6: Complete reveal trailer for the new first-person shooter leaked

Battlefield 6: Complete reveal trailer for the new first-person shooter leaked

Battlefield 6

After a number of screenshot leaks, the full Battlefield 6 trailer has now appeared on the Internet. The "rocket" trailer gives a first glimpse into the upcoming first-person shooter and at the same time seems to confirm that the next Battlefield will not come on the market with either a subtitle or a number. The trailer leak is certainly not of high quality; An unsightly watermark stretches across the center of the image. On Reddit, users have already set themselves the task of scaling the trailer to a resolution of 1080p and adapting the audio track.

That Electronic Arts and DICE have already begun to have the Battlefield 6 trailer deleted in many places , speaks for the authenticity of the video. It is unclear, however, whether the developers will show the same trailer for the planned Battlefield announcement in June - or present another video. Recently there were rumors that DICE was rescheduling and preparing a new trailer after the numerous screenshot leaks. It remains to be seen whether the reports are confirmed

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Battlefield 6 trailer leak reportedly internal test footage

A leaked snippet of an alleged Battlefield 6 trailer is reportedly internal footage and will not be used as the game's official trailer. 

The clip (via MP1ST) was uploaded to Reddit by user PhantomXMT and shows a small 11-second clip of internal Battlefield 6 footage. You can watch the original clip here but be warned, it does feature a lot of flashing. It's also only 11-seconds in length and has a large graphic overlaying most of the clip. Another user reconstructed the clip to remove the flashing but is a touch on the choppy side.

With only 11-seconds of footage, there's not much to go off, but it's quite clear that it's a cinematic clip that features large rockets, incredibly detailed smoke, and a devastating explosion. 

However, this video might never have been planned to be seen outside of EA. GamesRadar understands that EA has been preparing for this footage to leak ahead of time and a report from Eurogamer earlier corroborates this. 

We have contacted EA for official comment, but haven't heard back from them at the time of publication. We will update this story accordingly when we do.

As for official reports, EA says that Battlefield 6 is planned for a Q3 2021 launch and will take 'full advantage of the power of next-generation platforms to bring massive and immersive battles to life with more players than ever.' A reveal event will also happen in June, which should at least give us our first proper look at what to expect from the next Battlefield game.

You can find out everything we know about Battlefield 6 ahead of its E3 2021 reveal.