Star Wars Battlefront 2 official gameplay trailer has been released and along with it came a lot of new information about the game at E3.
You can watch the gameplay trailer below.
The gameplay trailer offers a first look at first-person gameplay and also offers a look at the online multiplayer matches. John Boyega appeared at E3 in a pre-recorded video to introduce his character, Finn, who will be a part of the game. The new Battlefront will have a single player campaign with a story that is placed between the original Star Wars trilogy and the new films. One of the characters included in Star Wars Battlefront 2 is Darth Maul. The game also includes free DLC.
Janina Gavankar, who will play the game’s main character, Iden Versio, was on hand at the EA event. Besides her character, the game will also include Captain Phasma, Crait, and D’Qar.
EA had this to say about the game:
“All players will have access to these free content drops that will include a mix of new locations, characters, vehicles, modes, weapons, star cards, and more. Players will also be able to participate in regular live events and challenges that will come with their own special rewards.”
What do you think of the new gameplay trailer for Star Wars Battlefront 2? Are you excited? Let us know in the comments below!
Star Wars Battlefront 2 will be out on November 17, 2017.
7 ‘Star Wars’ Anthology Movies We Should See Next
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is turning out to be a huge win for Disney and Lucasfilm in terms of both box office and overall critical acclaim. The grand experiment to see if fans of Star Wars are willing to see something vastly different from the episodic Skywalker saga led to a pretty inarguable conclusion, so of course we’re going to get even more of these “anthology” movies Disney has already admitted they want to keep making forever.
A young Han Solo and Lando Calrissian movie is in the works, probably tying in Boba Fett, as well, and rumors tells us that we could get a bounty hunter movie, a young Yoda spinoff, and just about anything else you can imagine that borrows from familiar franchise lore.
Personally, I find the idea of delving into established characters a bit reductive, in the sense that these “character prequels” have already proven to be far less interesting than something like Rogue One, which offers new faces and story arcs that happen ancillary to the main event. Unless they pull off a miracle with “Young Han Solo” by breaking this convention, I’m having a hard time looking forward to anything featuring the backstory of characters who’ve already had their time to shine.
The 9 movies I think Disney and Lucasfilm should make next are definitely departures to the formula in some ways, similar to how Rogue One let itself be a gritty war drama instead of a hero’s journey epic, not that Star Wars should avoid anything resembling the main franchise as long as it adds a new flavor to the ever-expanding Star Wars universe.
Let’s begin, then, with a trip that’s longer ago than any Star Wars movie yet…