Even though Star Wars fans have been gushing about the new video game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order since it was released last month, there’s still one game that has only gotten better since its release over two years ago.
Star Wars: Battlefront II may be a bit repetitive, but the growth and expansion of the game over the past two years has greatly improved gameplay and given fans what they really wanted out of a Star Wars game like this. The next couple months are going to improve the game even more with the arrival of Star Wars Battlefront II The Rise of Skywalker DLC. Check out the trailer for the game expansion pack below. Read More »
Now that Solo: A Star Wars Story has been in theaters for a couple weeks, it’s time for Star Wars Battlefront II to get a new season bringing several elements from the Star Wars origin story into the video game.
A new Han Solo season is now available for players to download. In addition to bringing Alden Ehrenreich as young Han Solo and Donald Glover as the snazzy Lando Calrissian, you can also fly around in the sleeker, shinier version of the Millennium Falcon. But that’s not all players will get with this new season. Check out the Star Wars Battlefront II Han Solo season trailer below. Read More »
With Solo: A Star Wars Story hitting theaters towards the end of this month, there’s no better time for the video game sequel Star Wars Battlefront II to get a Han Solo themed expansion pack.
A new Star Wars Battlefront II Han Solo expansion pack will arrive on May 16, and it means players will get to go back to Jabba’s Palace, a level that was playable in the original Star Wars Battelfront. Plus, we’ll also get new playable characters in the form of Leia in Boushh bounty hunter disguise and Lando Calrissian in his skiff guard disguise. But that’s not all. Read More »
In May, a story leaked out from the production of Star Wars: The Last Jedi revealing a MacGuffin that we barely saw in the finished film: Luke Skywalker’s compass. You can see the artifact in Luke’s hut in a few scenes, but no other mention is made of the object. So what is the story behind Luke Skywalker’s compass?
Spoilers ahead, of course.
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Fans of Star Wars Battlefront II were up in arms when they realized it would take 40 hours of game play (and a heck of a lot of in-game credits) to be able to unlock the ability to play as Darth Vader, and EA ultimately relented to the overwhelming pressure and made that character (and others) far more easily accessible to all.
Now a slick new trailer for the game shows off highlights of its upcoming first “season” of free downloadable content, which incorporates characters like Finn and Captain Phasma and locations like Crait from Rian Johnson‘s upcoming sequel Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Take a look.
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Posted on Friday, November 17th, 2017 by Jacob Hall
Back in the Ye Olde Tymes of Star Wars, fans could pick and choose how deep they wanted to go. Stop at the movies? That’s okay. Indulge in the novels and comics and video games? Go for it! That’s getting trickier these days now that Lucasfilm is maintaining a more unified canon, layering background information across television and publishing about characters and worlds and events seen on the big screen.
And don’t forget about electronic gaming. We knew that the single player version of Star Wars Battlefront II would tell a canonical story set in the immediate aftermath of Return of the Jedi, but does it also answer the biggest question hanging over the new movies? Does it reveal Rey’s parents?
Naturally, big spoilers for the video game begin right here, so if you plan to play it, click away.
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Posted on Monday, November 13th, 2017 by Jacob Hall
Update: Electronic Arts has heard the internet loud and clear and has changed course on character unlocks for Star Wars Battlefront II. You can find all of the details below.
The Star Wars Battlefront video games are glossy, expensive, highly polished experiences from a major developer. They are also just a sleek update on how you used to play with your Star Wars action figures – timelines don’t matter as characters from different eras clash against one another in locations they never visited. And that’s okay. That’s what playtime is all about.
A new live-action Star Wars Battlefront II trailer knows this, tapping into the nostalgia inherent in anyone who has grown up with this universe. It’s lovely, really. And of course, it arrives just as Battlefront publisher Electronic Arts shoots itself in the foot with the most hated Reddit comment of all time.
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The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, a video essay traces the origins of time travel in fiction, giving us the roots of the sci-fi genre in cinema. Plus, find out how the disappointing story in Jurassic World could possibly have been fixed, and watch some multiplayer footage from Star Wars Battlefront II. Read More »
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If you’re too impatient to wait for Star Wars: The Last Jedi to hit theaters in December and need something else Star Wars related to hold you over until then, you’re in luck: Star Wars Battlefront 2 is releasing in November. Players can play as heroes from all three eras of Star Wars in the explosive new game. A new Star Wars Battlefront 2 launch trailer gives you an eye-popping look at game engineered footage, and you can check it out below.
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(The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.)
In this edition, a video essay explores how the color of wardrobe in Baby Driver tells us even more about the characters. Plus, a featurette looks at the visual effects during a major action sequence in Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Tested makes a costume modeled after Emperor Palpatine’s messenger droid from Star Wars Battlefront II. Read More »