While Star Wars Battlefront was certainly a big hit for EA and DICE, the title wasn’t exactly devoid of criticism due to a lack of content at launch. The team that worked on the game are looking to remedy that by making a sequel that’s bigger and better in every way, first showing the game this April.
EA has just dropped a press release regarding Star Wars Battlefront II confirming that the game will be shown at Star Wars Celebration Orlando, as many had suspected that it would, even though it was not a part of the initial announcements of panels. A panel dedicated to the game will be shown to attendees, alongside a livestream that will be covering most of the major events at Celebration. This panel will feature the world premiere of the Battlefront II trailer.
Battlefront II is going to have a number of features absent from the original game, including a single-player campaign and multiple eras in the Star Wars timeline represented, and is said to be substantially larger in scope than its predecessor. The game is slated for a Fall 2017 release date, just in time for Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi.
8 Ways In Which ‘Star Wars’ Can Reach Its Full Potential
The Star Wars Universe is one of the greatest cinematic achievements of all time and the high quality of the recent films are not only proving how strong a franchise it is, but also continuing to gain legions of new fans every year. The series is fantastic and Disney’s films have brought it back in favor with both audiences and fans, but like any good franchise there are always ways in which a series can improve and as a huge fan I don’t think the series is at its full potential yet. There have been some minor issues and things that could be done differently that could make the series even greater than it already is and these can be addressed in future Star Wars films and in other mediums as well. With all of this being said it is appropriate to look at some of these issues and see how they can be addressed in a manner that could give everyone what they will want.