Battlefield 6 will receive new destruction physics and a battle royale like never before
According to a recent leak, Battlefield 6 will receive a free Battle Royale mode with Battle Pass, which will be offered in parallel to the main game. Also, there is talk of a significantly improved destruction physics for the EA shooter. According to this, almost all buildings on a playing field can be broken down into multiple parts in the future.
After we learned that Battlefield 6 will most likely appear in stores at the end of the year, more rumours about the shooter from EA and DICE are making the rounds on the internet. The focus lately is on a new YouTube video by Tom Henderson, who has long been responsible for Battlefield leaks.
Among other things, Henderson talks about the new physics of destruction, which is possible thanks to the next-gen consoles. In the future, areas should no longer be able to be destroyed only in certain places. Instead, all buildings can be more or less completely dismantled. The collapse of an object depends on the places destroyed by the individual players. The exceptions here include structures that contain, for example, a set goal for completing a task.
Tom Henderson also reveals new details about the multiplayer in his alleged leak. Accordingly, established classes and the familiar squad system will return in a similar form. The developers are probably working on a feature called Platoon, with which several squads can work together under one banner. Crossplay should also be available on all Battlefield 6 platforms.
The video is also about new information about the Battle Royale mode, which the leaker is said to have recently picked up. Accordingly, this should go as a free-to-play version with a battle pass. EA would then rely on a strategy comparable to Activision, which Call of Duty: Warzone is also offering for free, parallel to the main game, for all platforms.