Battlefield VI Fans Are Worried That the Game Won’t Feature a Campaign

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Many of the leaks surrounding DICE’s sixth installment of its hit military FPS franchise, Battlefield, have primarily comprised multiplayer information such as player sizes and maps. There could be a very disappointing reason for that. Popular Battlefield leaker Tom Henderson has pointed out that he hasn’t heard anything specific about a campaign, nor has EA mentioned anything about a campaign mode for Battlefield VI during its latest earnings call, which is suspicious based on the publisher’s past history with the franchise. The implication is that Battlefield VI might not feature a campaign mode at all and focus strictly on multiplayer. Henderson did previously suggest that Battlefield VI would feature a “revolutionary campaign,” but he later clarified that the information had more to do with the general backstory of the game.

“I had to look back at the past EA earnings calls, but this is the first earnings call where EA has not mentioned a campaign coming to this year’s Battlefield,” he said. “Could be something‚Ķ Could be nothing. As I’ve mentioned for the past couple of months, I’m yet to hear of a campaign. It doesn’t mean there isn’t one, but it’s very, very unusual to not hear of one in an info dump.”

Sources: Tom Henderson, Charlie INTEL, The Gamer

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