We're just a few weeks away from being able to participate in the highly-anticipated open beta for Star Wars Battlefront.
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EA and DICE have unveiled some new details about Star Wars Battlefront's anticipated open beta launching next month.
DICE and EA revealed Star Wars Battlefront's new multiplayer mode, Drop Zone, which fans of king of the hill should appreciate.
As time is winding down to Star Wars Battlefront's November launch (which means Star Wars: The Force Awakens' release is getting closer as well), EA and DICE have decided to host a public technical test of the game to make sure its servers will be able to host the multitude of Rebel and Imperial soldiers planning to play.
Sony will join the dark side of the Force with a Star Wars-themed PlayStation 4 console that will be bundled with Disney Infinity 3.0 and Star Wars Battlefront.
Fans of Battlefield will be glad to hear about Star Wars Battlefront's Supremacy mode. We also learn why the game is lacking a single-player campaign.
This new aerial combat trailer for Star Wars Battlefront depicts some dogfights over the skies of Sollust featuring the iconic vessels of both Han Solo and Boba Fett.
Close your eyes and imagine yourself steeped in the midst of the epic battle on Hoth. Listen to the Y-Wings and TIE Fighters zoom over your head and the pings of laser fire bouncing off of the rocks behind you. Immerse yourself in that world, then open your eyes. Of course you're no longer in that epic and icy struggle, but if you were playing Star Wars Battlefront then what you saw in your mind would match what was happening on screen. The level of detail that went into reproducing this battle is enormous, and all of it pays off into what is a fantastic experience.
Watch over five minutes of gameplay footage from the Battle of Hoth in this stellar multiplayer gameplay footage for Star Wars Battlefront.
The Deluxe Edition of Star Wars Battlefront features all kinds of special goodies for both the Empire and the Rebel Alliance.