Where to watch Battlefield’s Official Reveal Trailer

The reveal of the newest addition to the Battlefield franchise is just around the corner

We’re all excited about the upcoming first-person shooter, Battlefield. The super-extended workforce consisting of multiple renowned video game developing studios working on the game is getting ready for an official reveal.  The most exciting part is that we’re just 2 days away from its very first reveal if we don’t count the leaked footage—just a reminder, the game’s called just Battlefield and will be a sequel to Battlefield 4.

June, Boom, the developer’s statement surprised everyone because the anticipation was originally reserved for May 2021, when numerous twists have postponed the reveal to a later date. That is June 9th, and luckily for us, EA has published the official Battlefield Reveal Livestream.

You can find the link to the official broadcast channel below. The Livestream will start on June 9, 2021, at 7:00 AM PT, revealing the next first-person shooter series in the Battlefield franchise. If you want to make sure you don’t miss the live reveal, make sure you set a reminder, which is one of the best core features YouTube has.

We know that it will be a modern-era shooter, avoiding another WW installment based on the leaked material. IT seems that the WW installment distanced the hardcore fans for a bit, as it doesn’t seem to have the same spark in itself as Battlefield 3 or 4. We believe that Battlefield or Battlefield 6 is ready to strive for a long time. Considering the title change to the only Battlefield, we estimate the game to have a longer lifetime. New content would probably be rolled out through either free promotions or DLCs, retaining the game’s core purpose, entertainment, and fun.

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