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Gamers will get their first look at Star Wars Battlefront 2 on April 15th

Gamers will get their first look at Star Wars Battlefront 2 on April 15th

Gamers will get their first look at Star Wars Battlefront 2 on April 15th

Gamers will get their first look at Star Wars Battlefront 2 on April 15th

 
Gamers will get their first look at Star Wars Battlefront 2 on April 15th at 2.30pm ET/ 11:30am PT at an event called Star Wars Celebration. 
 
This event will be livestreamed one the official Star Wars website, where work from DICE, Criterion and Motive will be showcased. 
 
EA has already announced that there will be a publically playable demo of Battlefront II at EA Play in June 2017, provided that interested gamers have purchased tickets to enter this event. 

  

Gamers will get their first look at Star Wars Battlefront 2 on April 15th   

EA has already confirmed that their next Star Wars Battlefront will feature a single-player campaign and will feature characters and heroes from multiple Star Wars Eras. 
 
The next Star Wars Battlefront will be released in late 2017, with EA planning to release more information on the game in the coming months. Those who are critical of 2015's Star Wars Battlefront will be glad that the series will be gaining a single-player campaign, with a new Star Wars story that will likely span through several time periods within the series.  
 
 
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29-03-2017, 17:32:07

Chrazey
What is up with all of this Star Wars lately?... Am I the only one who still doesn't get what the thing is with Star Wars? I've never understood it.Quote

29-03-2017, 17:59:53

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
What is up with all of this Star Wars lately?... Am I the only one who still doesn't get what the thing is with Star Wars? I've never understood it.
If you grew up in the 70s you would understand. The 70s was awful. Everything was beige or brown or orange. It was like autumn all of the time. Then all of a sudden the 80s begin and the whole world changes. You go from watching cartoons and black and white films to stuff like Star Wars and your mind is completely blown.

Think about it like this. In the 70s there were no video games (not until the end of the decade) and all you had was a record player, a bike and your imagination. Imagine how it's been for some one to go from that to what we have today.

Star Wars came along at the right time. Nothing like it had ever been done before, and if you were into that sort of thing it was absolutely mind blowingly awesome. That's why you see old men going nuts for it.

Me personally? well, I'm autistic and thus I guess I always was and personally I couldn't see what all the fuss was about because at the end of the day it wasn't real. I spent my childhood watching nature programmes and stuff like that. I do like Star Wars, but I am not obsessed with it by any means. In fact, I still haven't seen the new one. I always preferred Indie, but then at least he was based on a real person.

So yeah. Imagine waking up tomorrow and your tablet is gone, your phone is gone, Facebook does not exist etc etc. All of the things you take for granted.. Remove them. Then think about how something like Star Wars could blow the entire world's collective minds Quote

29-03-2017, 18:11:24

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
What is up with all of this Star Wars lately?... Am I the only one who still doesn't get what the thing is with Star Wars? I've never understood it.
I love Star Wars, but I am not obsessed with it like a lot of people..
I prefer Lord of the Rings as my favorite franchiseQuote

29-03-2017, 19:35:01

Vicey
I played the Star Wars Battlefront Beta they had before the game launched and I was really impressed with the graphics. The animations were great, the visuals so realistic it was like you were playing in the films.

I'd never played a Star Wars game that came close to realising that universe in a realistic manner.

But the game suffered from a massive issue, a lack of content. It was for that reason I didn't buy it, at launch it had only a few multiplayer maps and no single player campaign.

I suspect most of their energy in making Battlefront went into the game engine, possibly to satisfy Disney's expectations for the property. Sadly that resulted in a game that looks and feels great to play but is a bit shallow in game play.

Now I hope the sequel has more content as I will buy it if they use the same engine from the first game but with a more fleshed out sequel.

EDIT:// I've just read this from the main article: "EA has already confirmed that their next Star Wars Battlefront will feature a single-player campaign and will feature characters and heroes from multiple Star Wars Eras."

That makes me very happy. I'll be anticipating this release!Quote

29-03-2017, 21:22:37

King of Old Old School
Meh Star Wars is soooo over rated.

Always hated Star Wars & always will hate it.Quote
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