Presumably, two images of the upcoming “Battlefield” game have appeared online. These images look like low-resolution screenshots of a bunch of trailers: one is a first-person rocket launch, seen from the cockpit of another vehicle, and the other is a bird’s-eye view of a helicopter over the island during a storm. Figure. They didn’t tell us much, but it obviously didn’t come from a historical game like “Battlefield 5”.
The modern or upcoming sequel to “Battlefield” will extract information via leaker Tom Henderson, who claims that the next “Battlefield” game will be scheduled for “approximately 10 years from now” and is based on Specialize weapons that currently exist or that are being developed.
Henderson also stated that the game will be called “Battlefield” for short and will feature a campaign mode in which you will recruit professional units that both the United States and Russia will attempt to recruit. He said: “It seems that this year’s campaign is also a a co-op experience.”
In terms of multiplayer games, Henderson suggested that we should look forward to the Royal Battle Royale mode, and that these four classes will have different abilities, not just gear loadouts: For example, a scout may have silent footsteps and a Assault soldier may be able to sprint for a longer duration.