Electronic Arts and DICE (via Gamerant) are offering a special holiday deal this weekend for the Star Wars Battlefront Death Star DLC. Players who participate in said event will be able to get some XP and credit rewards. This includes a Death Star DLC free trial.
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Electronic Arts and DICE released a new gameplay trailer recently showcasing some new footage for the third digital expansion pack for Star Wars Battlefront. Dubbed Death Star, the new DLC pack will offer new maps, new weapons and Star Cards for Battlefront players. You can check out the new trailer in the player below.
EA is set to allow players of Star Wars Battlefront to try out the upcoming Bespin DLC for free before its release. According to the publisher, anyone who has the game and an active Xbox Live Gold or PlayStation Plus membership will be able to download a trial of the new content between the 19th and 21st of August and then again between the 12th and 18th of September.
EA and DICE this weekend revealed a new digital expansion pack for for Star Wars Battlefront in the Death Star DLC. You can also check out the new teaser trailer video for the DLC pack in the player below. This marks the third digital expansion pack to the game and finally adds some outer space battles to the game.
Battlefront has been at the forefront of rumors and speculation as of late. Mainly around rumors of an offline mode coming to the game along with new levels and heroes.
Some legendary characters and a familiar location is coming to Star Wars Battlefront via a new digital expansion from DICE. The Bespin pack will include the infamous Cloud City, from Empire Strikes Back, along with infamous smuggler Land Calrissan and fan-favorite bounty hunter Dengar, from the Star Wars comics. Here’s the full breakdown from EA:
During an earnings call this week, Electronic Arts CFO Blake Jorgensen confirmed that Star Wars Battlefront 2 is in development (via Gamespot). The EA executive dropped some details on the game, saying that Star Wars Battlefront 2 will have “bigger an better worlds” than the original. It will also use content from “the new movies.”
Speaking to Fortune, Sony PlayStation Vice President of Marketing John Koller pushed hard on the PlayStation VR experience, specifically with Star Wars Battlefront. According to Koller, the VR functionality for that game will really showcase how great VR can be for gamers. If people are on the fence about VR gaming, this version could really show how far it can go.
EA and DICE have announced that the servers for Star wars Battlefront will be going offline this week, as they prepare to launch the upcoming new expansion for the game, The Outer Rim. The announcement was made on the game’s official forums. The servers for the game are expected to go down sometime tomorrow (March 22), and the game will be offline for about an hour. The maintenance is to help implement a new update and the new expansion.
Electronic Arts has officially announced the new Outer Rim DLC for Star Wars Battlefront, which i set to launch later this month. This will mark the first paid expansion for the game, and it will feature two new playable hero characters in the form of Greedo and Ninen Nunb. You can check out some teaser artwork for those characters in the game in the above image.
Electronic Arts and DICE revealed that some new free content will be launching on Star Wars Battlefront starting as early as tomorrow. You can check out the full blog post from Senior Producer Sigurlina Invarsdottir at this link. Some new details were also revealed for what players can expect with the Battlefront Season Pass, including something involving the Death Star.
It looks like Star Wars Battlefront fans have something to get excited about this week. The official EA Star Wars Battlefront Twitter account posted that a big announcement is coming tomorrow. The image with the tweet features a picture of Luke Skywalker and Han Solo together on Hoth. The caption reads, “Prepare for a cold front coming through Star Wars Battlefront tomorrow…” You can check out the tweets below.