It seems like the subsequent Battlefield recreation is being deliberate for a vacation (or thereabouts) launch this 12 months, no less than in keeping with EA’s monetary plans.
In a slide presentation accompanying its earnings outcomes at the moment, EA lays out its plans for releases for the remainder of its fiscal 12 months, inserting Battlefield in Q3. It is a fiscal calendar, so for EA, which means Battlefield 6 (or no matter it finally ends up being referred to as) is headed this manner between October and December.
The calendar additionally has the remainder of EA’s identified releases slotted in, with FIFA 22, F1 2021, and Madden NFL 22 all coming within the July by September window, NHL 22 coming across the identical quarter as Battlefield, and EA Sports activities PGA Tour ending off the 12 months within the January by March 2022 window. This calendar doesn’t embody any unannounced titles, although it does observe the already-announced next-gen improve for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
Battlefield 6 hasn’t but been formally revealed, and its formal announcement was only very recently teased by EA for a June first look. Notably, no Battlefield recreation was launched in 2020, breaking what had previously been an annual cycle. Nonetheless, when it finally launches, EA has mentioned it can take “full” advantage of next-gen platforms.