New ‘Star Wars Battlefront II’ Single Player Campaign Trailer Released

Star Wars Battlefront IILucasfilm and EA have released a new trailer spotlighting the single-player campaign for Star Wars Battlefront II.

The single-player campaign for Star Wars Battlefront II was co-written by former IGN reporter Mitch Dyer and Walt Williams. The story follows Iden Versio (Janina Gavankar), the commander of a group of Imperial special forces known as the Inferno Squad and picks up with the Empire reeling in the aftermath of the Battle of Endor after Star Wars: Return of the Jedi and takes us all the way up to The First Order’s debut in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

You can check out the new trailer below.

Star Wars Battlefront II won’t hit game store shelves until next month but you can pre-order the game for new Kylo Ren and Rey costumes from Star Wars: The Last Jedi plus ability upgrades and more. Fans who pre-order will also gain instant access to an upgraded Epic Lightsaber Mastery Star Card for Yoda.

Pre-orders for the Deluxe Edition include three-day early access to Star Wars Battlefront II as well as upgraded versions of all four trooper classes in the game. EA Access or Origin Access Members will be able to the play the first trial of the game beginning November 9. Those who pre-order the Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition will be able to play starting November 14.

Star Wars Battlefront II will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and on Origin for PC November 17, 2017.

5 Ways ‘The Last Jedi’ Links To Greater ‘Star Wars’ Canon

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Star Wars The Last JediStar Wars: The Last Jedi is right around the corner. The film is the next chapter in the ongoing Skywalker saga. It’s also unique in the Star Wars films as it is the first one to be an immediate sequel to its predecessor. But that does not mean there won’t be plenty of Easter eggs for fans of the greater Star Wars canon to pick up on and enjoy.

One of the biggest criticisms about the previous Star Wars canon, now dubbed Legends, is that ancillary material never connected. Since Disney has taken over and the establishment of the Star Wars Story Group, that has all changed. The modus operandi has been to have everything connect but not in an intrusive way– one that feels more natural to reward the more hardcore fans as well as to intrigue new fans.

Here are 5 ways The Last Jedi links to greater Star Wars canon. Click Next to get started!

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Michael Mistroff

Michael Mistroff

Michael Mistroff is a Film/TV Reporter and the News Editor at Heroic Hollywood.