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New Battlefield 2021 leak reveals upcoming trailer audio

Leaked audio from Battlefield 2021’s trailer, which has revealed the background music, has surfaced online and is believed to be genuine.

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The music and audio from Battlefield 2021’s trailer have reportedly surfaced online, with prominent industry insider Tom Henderson confirming the leak to be genuine.

It’s likely that almost every Battlefield player remembers Battlefield 1’s trailer for its awesome remix of The White Stripes’ ‘Seven Nation Army.’ Battlefield V’s trailer’s lack of music was somewhat of a disappointment, so players have been anxiously waiting to see what DICE has cooked up for Battlefield 2021’s trailer.

A ton of information has been leaked surrounding the title, such as its title, setting, and that it’s likely going to be a Game Pass launch title. A new leak has reportedly revealed the trailer’s music and audio, and leaker and industry insider Tom Henderson has confirmed this is from the trailer he has seen.

In this 30-second audio clip, we can hear the sound of machine-gun bullets being sprayed, a jet flying overhead, and a soldier shouting “pull back” before metallic creaking that sounds like a large structure coming down. Over the sound of the battle, we can hear a cinematic track racking up the tension.

In his discord server, Tom Henderson confirmed that this audio is from the trailer he heard. However, although Tom confirmed he believes the leak is genuine, he explained why he’s “disappointed” it leaked.

Images from the trailer were recently posted online, but they were from the “first pass,” and “not intended to be released to the public.” Henderson has said that the audio is also from this first pass, so “everyone needs to calm down” as the trailer’s audio will likely be vastly better.

Through the music app Shazam, players have figured out that the song from the leaked audio is ‘Run Baby Run‘ by 2WEI featuring Ali Christenhusz. Henderson previously stated that the trailer has its own theme but has admitted he was mistaken as he’d never heard the track before, but it is indeed this song he heard.

In a recent live stream, Henderson said that by the end of the trailer, the music will shift to the Battlefield theme. He also said that it “looks like a movie,” but may also provide more questions than answers.

Along with the confirmation that Battlefield 2021 would be next-gen only, EA said that the trailer would be coming “soon.” The trailer was expected to release in early May, so we must only be days away from its official reveal.

Image Credit: DICE / EA

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JGOD believes Battlefield 2042 “has a long way to go” to be Warzone killer

Call of Duty stat guru JGOD has weighed in on the current Battlefield 2042 gameplay, and how it compares to Call of Duty: Warzone.

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Analytical Call of Duty personality JGOD has revealed his thoughts on Battlefield 2042 so far, citing reasons as to why it has some ground to make up already.

Battlefield 2042 is properly out in the open now. Not only have we had the game’s dramatic reveal trailer, but we’ve now seen its gameplay up-close and personal. The footage has prompted CoD personality JGOD to cast his judgment on the gameplay and see how it compares to Call of Duty.

Usually known for his deep look at CoD’s weapons, their stats, hidden stats, and much more, JGOD also regularly plays Call of Duty. Battlefield 2042 is expected to be a direct competition to the Call of Duty battle royale, and JGOD has explained why he thinks it’s not there yet.

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Sitting down and evaluating the Battlefield gameplay, JGOD said, “the grapple hook is pretty sick,” and frequently complimented the game’s “size and scale.”

The grappling hook has garnered many positive reactions, with Warzone fans desperate to see something similar added to Warzone.

JGOD was also receptive of the ability to change your gun’s loadout on the fly, saying, “this is probably one of the coolest features, and I think would be sick if CoD adopted.”

But throughout the analysis of the gameplay trailer, JGOD mentioned that Battlefield places a far greater emphasis on vehicular combat than Call of Duty.

As the video drew to a close, JGOD offered his thoughts on Battlefield’s potential: “I still think they got a long way to go to convince me that this is gonna be the CoD killer. I don’t see it from this. People are like “this is going to kill Warzone,” even if Warzone continues to have tons of hackers, I don’t see this killing it. Because this isn’t free-to-play.”

He believes that unless Battlefield launches a free battle royale mode soon after launch, it will be difficult to compete with Warzone, Fortnite, and even Halo Infinite’s free online multiplayer.

Image Credit: EA / DICE / JGOD

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Warzone players beg Raven to steal idea from Halo Infinite and Battlefield 2042

Battlefield 2042 and Halo Infinite’s gameplay reveals included a Grappling Hook, something some Warzone players now want to see added.

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Halo Infinite and Battlefield 2042 were shown off to the world at E3 2021, and Warzone players who watched the reveal spotted something in both games that they want added to Call of Duty’s battle royale mode.

With so many tall buildings spread across Verdansk, players are always looking for ways to gain a height advantage. While there are ziplines attached to some of the constructions, more often than not players need to take flight after flight of stairs to reach the summit of buildings.

While watching both the Battlefield 2042 and Halo Infinite gameplay reveals, Warzone fans spotted Grappling Hooks, and immediately started to discuss how useful they would be around Verdansk to fight back against pesky roof campers.

NRG Esports’ IceManIsaac led the calls, tweeting: “I see grapple guns in the new Halo AND the new Battlefield, but still no grapples in Warzone,” ending with a crying emoji to show his sadness at the situation.

While Isaac thinks it would be a great addition, other Warzone players weren’t quite as excited. Some mentioned that Warzone, especially in its current form with Verdansk ’84, isn’t made for futuristic combat weapons, while others suggested that Grappling Hooks wouldn’t help with campers, but rather give those who like to sit on roofs and snipe down an easier way to get up.

Of course, Grappling Hooks would make it easier for others to get onto the roofs and battle with them there. Anyone who managed to get up there would likely engage in close-quarters combat against these campers, which should give them an advantage, and may balance out the fact that it would be easier for the snipers to get on roofs.

Blackout player with a Grappling Hook

Call of Duty fans will know that this wouldn’t be the first time that a Grappling Hook has been used in the franchise. Black Ops 4’s battle royale Blackout included the tool to improve mobility around its map, but it has yet to make the transition to Warzone.

Whether it will ever be added to the ultra-popular battle royale remains to be seen, but it would certainly shake things up in Warzone if it was.

Image Credits: Treyarch / Raven Software / EA / DICE

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Battlefield 2042 gameplay revealed: grapple hooks, ATVs, weather systems, more

The community will soon get their first look at the official Battlefield 2042 gameplay reveal trailer, and we have everything you need to know to watch it covered.

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The reveal trailer for Battlefield 2042 has the excitement for the newest entry in the franchise at an all-time high. Players have now officially gotten their first look at how the gameplay will look in Battlefield 2042.

Battlefield 2042 has officially been revealed, and the community can’t get enough of all of the exciting details that are now available for the public to digest, such as the differences for the game between current and last generation consoles, how the multiplayer specialists will operate, and when the open beta will be arriving.

However, fans still wait to see official gameplay footage of the game and what it will look like when they jump into the highly-anticipated entry in the fan-favorite franchise later this year. Luckily, the official Battlefield 2042 gameplay reveal trailer has now been released for the public to enjoy.

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Battlefield 2042 Gameplay Reveal Trailer

The Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase showed off the action-packed Battlefield gameplay reveal trailer during E3 2021 on June 13, and you can see all of the adrenaline-fueled footage below:

The new Battlefield 2042 gameplay trailer gave fans a first look at the new mechanics, systems, and more of the game in action.

The trailer also showcased a look at the new weapon system, which allows players to change the attachments on the fly.

This is one of the new innovations DICE is bringing to the Battlefield franchise when the game launches later this year.

More information on Battlefield 2042 is expected at EA PLAY LIVE on July 22, where the third mode, currently redacted, will be revealed.

There were potential rumors of Battlefield 2042 being part of Xbox Games Pass at launch, but Microsoft has revealed that it will not be one of the titles on Game Pass on Day 1. The game has only a MP mode and is available for pre-order at $59.99 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and $10 more expensive on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.

There will be an Open Beta for Battlefield 2042 closer to launch.

For more Battlefield 2042, check out everything you need to know about the game’s multiplayer game mode, and stay tuned to Charlie INTEL and @bravoINTEL for future news and updates.

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