At this point, saying that Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II has had a rocky launch would be a gross understatement. EA seems to be attempting to address at least some of the issues though, with today’s patch announcement of some significant economic changes in preparation for the launch of Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II The Last Jedi Season.
Have you been enjoying the intense battles of WWI since the release of Battlefield 1 this past October? If so, get ready to take the war to a completely different front, the Eastern Front. Today during publishing giant EA’s EA Play, In the Name of the Tsar was announced as the “most extensive expansion pack in the history of the franchise.” Along with six new maps to battle it ou...[Read More]
Just about anyone who played the authentically styled Battlefront will admit there wasn’t much to the game other than its visuals. After taking in that feedback, EA seems to be shifting to a release that fans wanted in the first place, especially with a new single player campaign. Straight from EA, we now have some concrete details, plus the release date, of Star Wars Battlefront 2.
Battlefield 1, so far looks like a great way to add some variety to the sea of first person shooters adopting the more modern landscape. Going back to World War I opens up some crazy possibilities and judging by the recent footage, DICE is determined to make the most with the setting and the technology available. This combination literally creates the perfect storm, as dynamic weather and more ens...[Read More]
So far in 2016 Dice has added quite a bit of content to Star Wars Battlefront. The first expansion for the Season Pass titled Outer Rim has been released bringing players new maps Hoth, Tatooine, Sullust, and Endor. The expansion also brought players new characters Greedo and Nien Nunb along with new weapons, and Hutt Contracts as well. Today Dice announced that the second expansion to the game...[Read More]
So, you like free stuff? DICE. Yes, the company behind Battlefield and other great big franchises are about to give you a map. Great news, eh? Well, the down side is you have to work for it! How, you ask? Well, why don’t you scroll down and I’d be more than happy to tell you how!