Everything you need to know about the Battlefield 6 reveal stream event

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Battlefield 2042 has just been announced and we're here for it! We're already talking about the evolution of Firestorm, the battle royale mode from Battlefield V, and we're just a few more days away from the gameplay reveal!

Here's the latest on the upcoming shooter from EA DICE.


LATEST - Battlefield 2042 Release Date Confirmed

EA DICE's Battlefield reveal did not disappoint and PlayStation has shared some new information about the upcoming title. If you missed the trailer you can catch it below, though:

Battlefield 2042 is going to feature 128-player games on next-gen consoles and pits three key gameplay pillars going forwards.


All Out Warfare features Conquest and Breakthrough, two Battlefield classics, and Hazard Zone seems to be the next iteration of Firestorm. The third mode remains a mystery for now, but we can imagine that this is going to be some sort of larger-scale multiple-day conflict mode.

There are also seven maps coming at launch, each with its own dynamic world events that will shape how each battle will play out. You can check out all this information and more in the Tweet below:

When Does It All Take Place?

We're a matter of hours away from finally seeing something official from EA DICE about Battlefield 6. The reveal stream is due to take place on June 9th at 07:00 PST / 10:00 EST / 15:00 BST.


The announcement tweet, seen below, has been viewed millions of times already and it's safe to say that the hype for the new game is there.

How to Watch Battlefield 6 Reveal

There are two central ways you can watch the Battlefield stream this year. The first is via their Youtube channel.


They have well over 2m subscribers here, meaning the reach they have for the stream is quite huge. This means there will be tens of thousands of people watching this live. If you want to be part of the stream and don't mind your comments getting lost in the flood of viewers, this is your best bet.

The other way to watch this is via their Twitch account. With a significantly smaller following (at about 10% of the followers) this should have less people and less comments. This is where you should go if you want your voice to be heard in the comments. Or at least it's the best way of getting heard.