Feel the ominous thud of an AT-AT stomping down on the frozen tundra of Hoth. Zip through the lush forests of Endor on an Imperial speeder bike while dodging incoming blaster fire. Engage in intense dogfights as squadrons of X-wings and TIE fighters fill the skies. Immerse yourself in the epic Star Wars™ battles you’ve always dreamed of and create new heroic moments of your own in Star Wars™ Battlefront™.Read full description
Fly through the dense forests of Endor while dodging blaster fire on an Imperial speeder bike. Feel the ominous quake of an AT-AT stomping on the frozen tundra of Hoth. Take part in intense dogfights as the Rebel’s X-Wings, or the Empire’s TIE fighters fill the skies. Relive epic moments from Star Wars™, and take control of memorable heroes from the original trilogy
Alongside massive 40 multiplayer battles, Star Wars™ Battlefront™ also offers Missions that allow you to play co-op and single player modes. Missions include Survival - play as a rebel soldier fighting off increasingly difficult waves of Imperial troops across planets from the Star Wars universe, like Hoth, Tatooine and Endor.
Engage in multiplayer battles on a galactic scale. Fight for the Rebellion or Empire in a wide variety of multiplayer matches that support up to 40 players, and seamlessly swap between first-person and third-person viewpoints to experience the action however you wish. Fight alongside your friends online, or in exciting challenges inspired by the films, available for solo or co-op play.
Master the battlefield with iconic Star Wars™ characters. Play as some of the most memorable characters in the Star Wars™ universe, including Darth Vader and Boba Fett, and encounter a variety of beloved characters from the original trilogy such as C-3PO and R2-D2.
Pilot incredible Star Wars™ vehicles. Hop in the cockpit of X-wings, TIE fighters, and even the Millennium Falcon for some edge-of-your-seat aerial combat. Then take the battle to the ground: Pilot a diverse set of ground-based vehicles including nimble speeder bikes, massive AT-ATs, and more.
Immerse yourself in an authentic Star Wars™ experience. Each battle is brought to life by the original sound effects from the films and amazing digital replicas of authentic Star Wars™ movie models. Visit classic planets from the original Star Wars™ trilogy, detailed with an unprecedented amount of realism that will transport you to a galaxy far, far away.
As a huge Star Wars fan, I'm thoroughly delighted that Star Wars: Battlefront is making a return. From the snowy wastes of Hoth to the forest moon of Endor, this is wish-fulfilment at it's finest, now with the added shininess of the Frostbite engine.
If Battlefront is basically Star Wars plus Battlefield, who better than DICE to lead the charge with this new game? And it's shaping up to be something truly special.
We'll be able to take down TIE Fighters in X-Wings, leap into Snowspeeders and "go for the legs" against AT-ATs, and hit the ground as vital cogs in the machine of war as Imperials go toe-to-toe with Rebel forces. Hero units return, and the chance to lead the fight as Luke or Force-fling enemies about as Darth Vader is tantalising indeed.
That galaxy far, far away is about to get a lot closer.
I'm not gonna act like previous Battlefront games were masterpieces, but they were extremely well done for their time and Battlefront 2 holds up ok in its multiplayer. EA's Battlefront looks like a modern game but feels like that Battlefront 2. It's clearly much more arcade experience than other modern shooters, and they do replicate this universe in a game more realistically than any game previously. Graphics are fantastic, it looks like Star Wars in every single aspect. Sound design is phenomenal, it sounds exactly like Star Wars should. Guns feel like how you think blasters should feel. Large scale battles feel fantastic with all the people running around, explosions, blasters firing etc. But game design wise it just doesn't hold up. Once that initial awe of "F*** YEAH STAR WARS!" wears off, the mechanics, shooting, pretty much everything gameplay-wise is just sub par, not bad by any means and I did have fun, but it's like playing a PS2 shooter... kinda like Battlefront 2. It's way too arcadey for its own good, there's not enough content, no real single player content which honestly has always been the best thing about Star Wars games, and it doesn't modernise in right aspects. I don't want this to be Modern Military Shooter 1563: Star Wars Edition, but it all just feels too shallow, like Battlefield Lite. There is not much-keeping people playing beyond the Star Wars factor. It's fun but shallow.
This game was a welcome addition to the series and it plays well. The unlock system is a little tedious but really pushes my drive for being a completionist. When I first got this I literally spent a week locked in a dark room playing this I was hooked. Unfortunately after time it got too repetitive with the lack of content. I'll continue to play it as (if) more DLC comes out but definitely worth the purchase, just maybe wait for a sale.
It's fun. A lot of people are hating on Battlefront right now, but it's still fun for a casual gamer, like myself. I enjoy FPS games, and this has pretty good game play, decent standard maps and weapons. The big problem, as usual, is the pay-to-win. I've gotten pretty good and can hold my own in battles, but there are some newer weapons that are just super overpowered. And I'm not willing to shell out for more DLC. Overall, I keep going back to play when I have an hour or so, but I'm sure glad I got this on a super sale!
The base game was really good around launch, but with time the few maps began to lose appeal and now I often find it hard to find a game on anything except the 64 player servers. There is a definitely a lack of customisation with weapons, you get the weapon and that's it, although they do try to shove character customisation in with some random faces. I do enjoy the hutt contracts though, I think they work well as a barrier to the more powerful weapons. In regards to the season pass, if you can get it heavily discounted it's worth it, some of the new maps and modes are amazing, the death star ones in particular. However I really dislike the fragmentation of the player base and sometime older DLC tend to be fairly empty for this reason.
This is one of the best looking and sounding games around, really immersive for star wars fans. But the game lacks maps and players have to buy the dlc if they want the full experience.
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