Tuesday, October 26th, 2021

Gameplay footage from Battlefield Mobile Leak

It seems that Battlefield Mobile footage was leaked online after the game playtesting began in Southeast Asia.

As shown in MP1ST, 4 different clips show different combat, loadout customization options, weapon progression and more. The captured gameplay appears to have been taken from Battlefield Mobile’s alpha build, showing a game running with medium specs. During the action, players can see them driving tanks and quad bikes and moving on foot as they try to capture different objectives throughout the map. It’s the battlefield you know!

In a modern or near-future setting, the game looks familiar to fans of the series. Gun customization also seems to be an important feature, with clips showing weapon specialization options and a limited number of weapon attachments.

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Despite sharing similarities with Battlefield’s flagship series, EA’s general manager Oscar Gabrielson was keen to talk about the game on its own earlier this year. “No doubt, this is a standalone game,” Gabrielson said. Blog post.. “It’s a completely different game than the ones we’re writing for consoles and PCs, designed specifically for mobile platforms.”

The leaked video news may not be so surprising to battlefield fans. Earlier this month, EA announced that it would roll out Android-only game playtests in the fall in Indonesia and the Philippines. Publishers added at the time that more regions would be added to the playtest list as it continued.

Battlefield Mobile hasn’t received an official release date yet, but the game will be available in 2022. Upon release, it will be a free play title that includes cosmetic-only items that can be purchased in-game.

Battlefield Mobile continues to work towards next year’s launch, but EA recently announced that Battlefield 2042 will continue to be developed for a little longer. Be sure to check it out, counting down to the new November release date of 2042. Rumored Battlefield 2042 Hazard Zone Game Mode, detailed in recent Datamine..

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN.You can follow him twitter..