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Battlefield 6: Release date and everything you need to know

1 month ago   |   By Pocket-lint

Battlefield is one of the grand old dames of the online shooter scene - it's been wowing fans with its huge-scale battles and adrenaline-pumping blend of vehicular and infantry combat for years and years now.
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It's also jumped happily around into different time settings, from its origins in the Second World War, back to the First World War, and of course into both modern combat scenarios and even futuristic science fiction. Now, developer DICE is hard at work on Battlefield 6, the next entrant in the...
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