Battlefield 6: The first images of the pre-alpha gameplay are leaked, while EA sends a cryptic message …


Battlefield 6: The first images of the pre-alpha gameplay are leaked, while EA sends a cryptic message ...

The trailer for Battlefield 6 It has been leaking little by little over the last few weeks, bit by bit. First the trailer’s audio was leaked, and shortly after some images were leaked, which a user edited until almost recreating the trailer (or a scene in which a transport helicopter crashes and a rocket explodes on take off).

Now, we get new filtered images via Imgur, but this time they belong to the gameplay. In a couple of them we see vehicles (an airplane and a tank), and another corresponds to what appears to be a kinematics. Of course, as this image reveals, it is footage captured in a pre-alpha versionSo hopefully what they show at Summer Game Fest will look different.

In case there was any doubt about the veracity of the images, Tom Henderson, the insider specialized in the saga who has been filtering all these images, has confirmed that they are real.

https://mobile.twitter.com/_Tom_Henderson_/status/1400849336075014145

Oblivious to the leaks, EA has already started its viral promotion campaign, sending cryptic private messages to various influencers. “Some of you want to go home, it is the most human of instincts. But with regret I must tell you the truth. You have no home to return to. The question we must ask ourselves is: do we accept our destiny, or do we dare to fight for a better world? “”War is the only way home“.

https://mobile.twitter.com/_Tom_Henderson_/status/1400830834358337546

It does not reach the Fortnite levels of sending letters by post with a phone number, but it does its job to whet your appetite.

The good news is that there is less than a week left for Battlefield (apparently that is what it will be called, simply) is shown in society, in an event that will be ahead of most of the Summer Game Fest and E3, next Wednesday June 9.


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