That’s according to noted leaker Tom Henderson and YouTube Lossy, who claim that EA is keen to know if players want to see the following in a new game:
- A new or existing game mode that would be free to play
- Map updates (existing map changing parts of its components)
- Battle Pass system
- A Guild/Clan system in which players can join a group of up to 100 other players to connect and play with
- Weapon blueprints
There’s official confirmation on any of these features being included in Battlefield 6, although Henderson notes that if they are for Battlefield 6, then they’re already feature; it’s more to do with when marketing will announce them rather than deciding if they are in the game at all.
For though, it’s best taking this info with a pinch of salt because nothing official has been confirmed at this point by EA.
Battlefield 6 is scheduled for release in holiday 2021 for PS5, PC and Xbox Series X/S, and will reportedly be unveiled in May. Furthermore, EA has said that DICE LA has been working on the military shooter for over a year now.