Battlefield 6 might not be a monotone title, as it will feature numerous activities that are rarely a topic in a similar genre. Renowned Battlefield leaker, Tom Henderson, discovered that explosions wouldn’t be the only asset for destruction in Battlefield 6, but natural disasters might come along. Tsunamis, tornadoes, raining cats and dogs, and earthquakes would be a defining and dynamic implementation to the game.
Today, he retweeted the Battlefield tweet from yesterday, confirming that the Tweet is not an April Fools’ joke. Natural Disasters might be coming to Battlefield 6 indeed, and it will be the first in the franchise. You can find the tweet below:
Retweeting to confirm it wasn't April Fools 🙂 https://t.co/eJzn0kCdGt
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) April 2, 2021
Tom Henderson’s tweet regarding the natural disasters coming to Battlefield 6 has caught fans by a positive surprise. It seems that the fans are pleading for another modern-era shooter aside from Call of Duty. The competition of such first-person shooter games is not as broad at this moment, with Call of Duty prevailing on top of others by far.
Imagine mid-fight earthquakes while all of the destructive environment falls apart and forms dust clouds that obstruct the player’s vision in a heavily inflicted and decisive combat. The hype for Battlefield 6 is still in an ascending phase, and it’s slowly getting out of control with everyone being so passionate about it. Personally speaking, having a modern-era setting is far more attractive than a historical implementation, and that’s where EA is heading.