The sixth chapter of Battlefield V’s DLC campaign is about to hit, and today, DICE gave us a trailer and a lot of new information.
EA has revealed when The Last Jedi DLC will arrive for Star Wars Battlefront II following its release this week. The actual event will begin on December 5, with players asked to choose what side they want to be on, either the Resistance or the First Order, allowing them to unlock specific rewards up until December 13.
From that date, content will continue to unlock. There will be new heroes in the form of Phasma and Finn, as well as new maps, weapons, vehicles, and even additional chapters for the campaign that will see how the First Order first rose up and came to power. The downloadable content, like all other DLC for the game, will be free. Instead, EA are monetizing the post-game with loot crates.
Star Wars Battlefront II is EA and DICE’s sequel to their 2015 reboot of the franchise following their licensing of the rights to make Star Wars games from Disney. It will feature a campaign mode unlike its predecessor alongside the expansive multiplayer options. The game is set to launch worldwide on November 17.
Battlefield 1 changed the war game franchise in many ways. But, if you haven’t gotten the chance to play it yet, you might want to try it now, as EA and DICE revealed at Gamescom 2017 that Battlefield 1: Revolution has just released on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. This compilation of the title brings not only the base game, but all the content that has been released for it, and will include the upcoming content as well. Here’s the official synopsis and trailer for the game:
Battlefield 1 took a big risk by rewinding the clock and setting the game in World War I. But, it turned out for the best, as critics and fans have loved the fresh experience. And now, the team at DICE are working on the next expansion of that. At Gamescom 2017, Battlefield 1 Incursions was revealed.
When Electronic Arts arrived at the Nintendo Switch reveal event and noted that FIFA 18 would be coming to the system, people were excited. But then, some rumors were spreading that this version would be a “dumbed down” port instead of a true FIFA experience. At the EA Play event yesterday, that was proven to not be the case. As many features were coming to the Switch version of the game, and EA themselves noted that this version was custom built for the Switch.
While E3 technically hasn’t started yet, that didn’t stop Electronic Arts from unveiling a lot of games in a special event just before it, as well as going into detail about one of the most anticipated games of the the years in Star Wars Battlefront 2. DICE is once again taking us to a Galaxy Far, Far Away, but this time, there’s a story in it. At their special event, EA revealed a brand new trailer (see below) and new details on what to expect.
Update: EA has already begun taking down the leaked trailer from sites.
EA and DICE have unveiled the upcoming downloadable content that will be coming to Battlefield 1 in the coming months. The first piece of content is the They Shall Not Pass pack that is due to release this month, which will be followed by three more pieces of content over the following months.
Players who have an EA Access subscription can get hold of the Battlefield 1 trial a day earlier than expected, as the game has now gone live on the system and is now available to download. It was initially due to go online on October 13.
Thanks to the efforts of a group of fans, players can now get back to playing Battlefield 2142 online once again. The group, calling themselves Revive, have now released a fully working version of the game that brings back support for online multiplayer. It’s apparently proved pretty popular as it has already seen a large number of downloaded and more than 1,000 concurrent users over the weekend.
The march to the release of Battlefield 1 continues on. Electronic Arts and DICE released a new trailer this week for Battlefield 1. The latest video showcases the game’s very intense looking single-player campaign. You can check out the video, which features new gameplay footage, in the player below.
One of the most intriguing parts of the upcoming Battlefield 1 game is the fact that its World War One setting means players will be able to engage in horse combat for the very first time. Knowing that this is something that has captivated and confused players since the original announcement of the latest DICE offering, the developer has revealed some information about exactly how the mechanic will work.