Industry insider Tom Henderson, who has leaked a ton of Battlefield 6 details, has revealed that it’s likely 2021’s installment of the first-person shooter won’t feature a campaign.
Battlefield’s campaigns have been hit and miss for players. The Bad Company series and Battlefield 1’s “War Stories” are considered highlights, but many others are considered forgettable.
We’ve received a ton of information about the next Battlefield, including its title, setting, and the possibility of a battle royale. The one aspect of the game very little is known about is the campaign, and leaker and industry insider Tom Henderson believes the game may not feature a campaign at all.
Henderson took to Twitter to counter a recent Reddit leak that contradicted some of his reporting. He shot down the leak that, “If you were on the US team, you could choose a US, Australian, British, French, Japanese, or German soldier,” saying that “This is not correct.”
He then revealed that “You’re a group of individuals from fallen nations – You’re free to fight to fight for which ever side you want. So in theory a Japanese soldier could fight for both the USA and Russia.”
After players understood this to be the plot and mechanics for the campaign, Henderson clarified that it isn’t. He said: “I’ve not heard there’s a campaign.” He continued to say that what he “originally heard on it was actually the plot.”
Here, he refers to the leak that Battlefield 6 would have a “revolutionary campaign.” In a follow-up to this leak, Henderson said on March 30, “The information given to me was interpreted as campaign information, but is actually the backstory of the game itself. So as of yet, a campaign is not confirmed.”
We reached out to Tom Henderson and he clarified that because neither he nor anyone else has heard anything about a campaign, “it kind of leans to the fact that there isn’t a campaign this year.”
With the trailer expected to drop after EA’s investment call in May, we’re likely to know much more about the next installment of the shooter franchise soon.
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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.
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
Battlefield 6 leak gives possible first-look at Juggernaut soldier
A recent leak from Tom Henderson has possibly given the community a first look at a soldier using a Juggernaut like suit in Battlefield 6.
There have been a significant amount of leaks regarding what players can expect to see in Battlefield 6, with one of the more recent ones from Tom Henderson giving players a look at Juggernaut soldier that will likely be a force to be reckoned with in Battlefield 6.
Excitement can be found all around the Battlefield community thanks to the official reveal for the newest entry in the high-profile franchise taking place soon, as players have been itching to see what the new game will offer.
One way that players have been able to satisfy their itch for any news regarding Battlefield 6 has come by way of Tom Henderson, who has recently provided various Battlefield 6 leaks regarding things like the reveal trailer, robot combat dogs, skill-based matchmaking, and more.
May 2, 2021, saw Henderson provide one of his newest leaks that have possibly given players their first glimpse at a Juggernaut-like soldier that will be in Battlefield 6.
Taking to his Twitter account, Tom Henderson uploaded an image of a drawing he made of what he states is a soldier with an “armoured helmet with a Juggernaut-type suit” that he has seen from footage of Battlefield 6.
The drawing shows off the Juggernaut soldier wearing the helmet with a helicopter flying in the background.
Henderson uploaded a second image of this Juggernaut soldier watching an Osprey aerial vehicle on fire, most likely crash landing.
Now, no official word from Dice has been made regarding this Juggernaut-like soldier in Battlefield 6, so as with all leaks, this should be taken with a grain of salt until officially confirmed.
However, Henderson has provided plenty of accurate leaks in the past, so it would not be surprising whatsoever to see these kinds of characters be in Battlefield 6 when it officially launches in 2021.
Image Credits: Activision/Dice
New Battlefield 6 leaks give first look at combat robot dogs
Another leak from Tom Henderson has given further details on EA’s new Battlefield game with some interesting combat, robot dogs.
Battlefield 2021 leaks are coming thick and fast with Tom Henderson delivering another piece of information about DICE’s new war shooter. Drawings depicting leaked Battlefield news appear to show off some dangerous-looking robot dogs.
Fresh off of the heels of the first Battlefield 6 leaked images, we now have extra details on what to expect during a game of the anticipated shooter.
Renowned leaker Tom Henderson has come through recently with a series of leaks regarding the game, with him revealing a whole host of info on the game’s reveal trailer, gameplay, SBMM, and also hinting that the cut crash landing feature from Battlefield V will debut.
He’s also been hand-drawing leaks and details and showing them to Twitter, with his newest creation hinting that weaponized robot dogs are coming to Battlefield 6.
With Battlefield 1 and Battlefield V both taking on a world war setting, it’s time for large-scale warfare to return to the present day.
Games like Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4 were huge successes for EA, and they are aiming to take what they’ve learned from these games and make the best Battlefield yet.
Tom Henderson’s newest art suggests that combat-orientated robot dogs will be an option in the new Battlefield game, much to some dismay.
Many comments in response to the Tweet complained that Battlefield is trying to go too far into the future and make the game farfetched.
The reality is that these robot dogs actually already exist in the world.
The thought of these running around a map providing reconnaissance and maybe even attacking enemies is a fun proposition indeed.
With this being the first Battlefield game in three years, if it’s released this year, you can imagine that EA and DICE are trying to go all-out to reclaim some of the market they have lost to Call of Duty – in particular Warzone passing 100 million players recently.
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