Star Wars Battlefront 2’s subsequent main replace might be its final. Developer DICE says with the addition of the planet Scarif from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, “the vision” for the 2017 Star Wars shooter “is now complete.”
“Since launch, we’ve introduced new content material within the type of free updates to your entire participant base, delivering immersive Star Wars battles you possibly can play solo, with mates, and in opposition to others throughout your entire Skywalker Saga,” DICE inventive director Dennis Brännvall mentioned on the official Battlefront website. “This vision will now be realized as we complete our return to the Age of Rebellion, which we started on February.”
This replace will mark the inclusion of content material from each Star Wars film, together with the anthology spinoffs, which is a reasonably spectacular array. Battlefront 2 launched with content material from the unique trilogy, the prequels, and the sequels, and later added content material from Solo: A Star Wars Story, The Rise of Skywalker, and The Clone Wars animated sequence.
After the discharge of Scarif and a few new Rise of Skywalker appearances (Rey along with her yellow lightsaber, Kylo Ren carrying his reforged masks with the hood up, and Emperor Palpatine’s newest set of robes) on April 29, DICE is shifting on.
“We’re transitioning to a part the place the servers, in-game challenges, recurring occasions resembling Double XP and extra, and recreation help will carry this broad and wealthy Star Wars gaming expertise into the longer term,” Brännvall mentioned. “This means that we’re moving away from delivering regular content updates. As the game lives on with the players and our community, we’re looking forward to hearing your stories for years to come.”
DICE’s different massive multiplayer shooter, Battlefield 5, may also be up to date one closing time over the summer season. The studio is shifting on; Electronic Arts has confirmed that the next Battlefield game will be released in 2021.
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