Here’s a behind the scenes look at the making of Battlefront II, shown off at Disney’s D23 Expo gaming showcase this afternoon. It’s about the game’s single-player story and the task of humanizing its protagonist, Iden Versio, and her crew of space Nazis.
EA Play’s press conference was packed with thirty minutes of Star Wars: Battlefront II multiplayer but lots of people wanted to see the campaign. We did. After that showcase ended, I sat down to watch a developer-guided runthrough of an early story mission. The 15 minute sequence was full of dogfights, stealth…
EA showed off some Battlefront II footage at today, and it looks awesome. According to EA boss Andrew Wilson, the developers considered all “constructive” criticism players had for the first game. They also claim BFII will have three times more content than the first game.
When Star Wars: Battlefront II was officially announced, alongside the trailer came the release of this poster image, which you’re going to see a lot of over the next six months. And when you do, be sure to notice how much devil is in its details.
EA’s Star Wars Battlefront II may not have a season pass, at least not one that relegates new maps to people who pay extra. “We don’t have a season pass,” the game’s creative director told Mashable. “We don’t want to segment our community.” Mashable says EA asked them to not report that, suggesting it was premature.
Star Wars: Battlefront II is definitely happening and it will have a single-player story (if you still had any doubts). EA officially “announced” the game at this year’s Star Wars Celebration, showing off the game’s protagonist and aerial combat. It’ll be out this year on November 17 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
The debut trailer for EA’s Battlefront II has leaked out a little early, showing that not only will the next game feature units and heroes from the prequel trilogy, but from Force Awakens as well.