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Battlefield Twitter account responds to rumors by … Talking about spaghetti



The official Battlefield Twitter account has responded to a list of rumored features for the next Battlefield game with its own list describing the features of spaghetti. Using the hashtag #spaghetti (mimicking the #Battlefield that was used for the original rumor post), the Battlefield tweet. goes on to describe the many flagship features of the popular Italian food. The seven-point list covers such confirmed and objective facts as “good with garlic bread”, and is accompanied by a picture of the world’s “spaghetti” in the Battlefield font.

For all of this to give you a sense of meaning, look at the original post from Twitter user Roberto Serrano, who posted the Battlefield logo with a set of nine rumors about the next game in the series. According to these rumors, the next Battlefield is set to go back to the modern time period of Battlefield 2/3/4 and have matches with up to 128 players. Serrano claims that the game will be released in the fall of 2021 on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X, with a free-to-play game royale coming in early 2022.

DICE’s only official response to these allegations is the mock post, which quotes tweets on Serrano’s original post and copies the entire format, but it’s all about spaghetti. It is certainly an original way of commenting on the rumor mill.It is of course important to note that Serrano’s post does not provide any evidence for these allegations, and therefore should not be considered as anything more than speculation. Features such as “soldiers, weapons, vehicle customization” and “big battles and melee combat” are such a part of Battlefield’s stuff since the first game in the series, but you can reasonably expect to expect them.

Earlier this year, EA said that Battlefield will take full advantage of next-generation consoles. The publisher is expected to officially reveal the next match in the spring.

Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer.




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