You will not need to spring for a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X/S to play the next Battlefield game. As per Eurogamer, EA boss Andrew Wilson told investors that Battlefield 6 (or whatever it very well might be called) will be available on “both current gen and next-gen” consoles. The new title will be centered around PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, however you will not need one of the more up to date systems to play.
The future release will exploit later hardware to improve physics, AI and the “immersive nature,” Wilson said.
EA and DICE have teased an reveal for the forthcoming Battlefield in June, in spite of the fact that it wouldn’t be amazing if there’s a fuller launch at the EA Play Live virtual event on July 22nd.
The decision to keep up legacy support isn’t totally astonishing. The PS5 and new Xbox models are as yet youthful, and ongoing shortages have additionally limited the number of systems in gamers’ living rooms.
There were simply 7.8 million PS5s sold as of the finish of March, for instance, versus over 115.2 million PS4s as of the end of 2020. EA risks missing out on millions of sales in the event that it limits important game franchises to newer consoles, and the situation is probably not going to improve when the new Battlefield is available.