Battlefield 6 Leaked Gameplay Images Showcases Aerial and Tank Combat, Guns and more

A new set of Battlefield 6 images have been leaked which showcase some exciting gameplay elements. Announced last year, Battlefield 6 has been making headlines in the past few days, especially after almost 80% of the reveal trailer of the game was reportedly leaked.

However, it was later on reported that the leaked trailer would not represent the final reveal trailer, and it was meant for internal use only. Later on, it was also leaked that Battlefield 6 will be incorporating a new system of customizations, with players reportedly having access to a robot dog.

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Today, a new set of images have been leaked which reveal some gameplay information of the upcoming shooter. The images were posted by Twitter user Battlefield News. The first image showcases the player shooting down a helicopter. The image is not of the best quality, so it is quite difficult to make out the HUD elements from it but it still gives a fair idea about the layout.

It is also noted that the leaked image is from a game test that reportedly took place today. In the next picture, we see a tank in front of several skyscrapers, which is likely from the multiplayer version of the game. Alongside that, there is another picture in which the player is driving a jet, which suggests that players will be able to experience both aerial and tank combat.

The last image shows several skyscrapers, similar to the one we saw in the tank picture. There is not much to conclude from this picture, but it does give us a fair idea about what environment the encounters will take place in.

With just under a week to go for the Battlefield 6 launch, we should be learning more about the game very soon. Until then, check out the leaked picture to know what to expect!

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