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- Jump into the boots of an elite special forces soldier, equally lethal on the ground and space, in an emotionally gripping new Star Wars campaign that spans over 30 years and bridges events between the films’ Star Wars: Return of the Jedi™ and Star Wars™: The Force Awakens™.
- The Ultimate Star Wars Battleground A Star Wars multiplayer universe unmatched in variety and breadth where up to 40 players fight as iconic heroes, authentic-to-era troopers and in a massive array of vehicles on land and in the air – as battle rages through the galaxy.
- Galactic-Scale Space Combat Space combat has been designed for Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II from the ground up with distinct handling, weapons and customization options. Join your squadron and weave in between asteroids fields, fly through Imperial Dock Yards and take down massive capital ships as you pilot legendary starfighters in high stakes dogfights with up to 24 players and 40 AI ships.
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The Star Wars Battlefront II: Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition turns your troopers into the ultimate opponents. Every trooper class (Officer, Assault, Heavy, and Specialist) is upgraded, delivering superior firepower, deadly weapon modifications, and epic combat abilities.
Pre-order the Star Wars Battlefront II: Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition and receive a range of bonuses, including:
- Access to play Star Wars Battlefront II on November 14—a 3-day head start
- Upgraded versions of all 4 trooper classes (Officer, Assault, Heavy, and Specialist)
- 4 epic ability upgrades—one for each trooper class
- Exclusive Star Wars : The Last Jedi outfits for Kylo Ren and Rey
- Instant access to six hero and starfighter epic Star Cards
- Kylo Ren: Power Reach and Solid Freeze
- Rey: Far Sight and Deep Mind
- Starfighters: Enhanced Auxiliary Power and First Order ship upgrade
- Instant access to Star Wars : The Last Jedi Millennium Falcon with updated sounds and appearance
Embark on an endless Star Wars action experience from the bestselling Star Wars HD videogame franchise of all time.
Rush through waves of enemies on Starkiller Base with the power of your lightsaber in your hands. Storm through the jungle canopy of a hidden Rebel base on Yavin 4 with your fellow troopers, dispensing firepower from AT-STs. Line up your X-wing squadron for an attack on a mammoth First Order Star Destroyer in space. Or rise as a new Star Wars hero – Iden, an elite Imperial special forces soldier – and discover an emotional and gripping single-player story spanning thirty years.
Experience rich and living Star Wars multiplayer battlegrounds across all three eras: prequel, classic, and new trilogy. Customize and upgrade your heroes, starfighters, or troopers, each with unique abilities to exploit in battle. Ride tauntauns or take control of tanks and speeders. Down Star Destroyers the size of cities, use the Force to prove your worth against iconic characters such as Kylo Ren, Darth Maul, or Han Solo, as you play a part in a gaming experience inspired by 40 years of timeless Star Wars films.
You can become the master of your own Star Wars hero’s journey.
A New Hero, a Story Untold
Jump into the boots of an elite special forces soldier, equally lethal on the ground and space, in an emotionally gripping new Star Wars campaign that spans over 30 years and bridges events between the films’ Star Wars: Return of the Jedi and Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The Ultimate Star Wars Battleground
A Star Wars multiplayer universe unmatched in variety and breadth where up to 40 players fight as iconic heroes, authentic-to-era troopers and in a massive array of vehicles on land and in the air – as battle rages through the galaxy.
Galactic-Scale Space Combat
Space combat has been designed for Star Wars Battlefront II from the ground up with distinct handling, weapons and customization options. Join your squadron and weave in between asteroids fields, fly through Imperial Dock Yards and take down massive capital ships as you pilot legendary starfighters in high stakes dogfights with up to 24 players and 40 AI ships.
Team up with a friend from the comfort of your couch with two-player offline split-screen play. Earn rewards, customize your troopers and heroes, and bring your upgrades with you on the online multiplayer battleground.
Master Your Hero
Not just an iconic hero- your hero. Master your craft with customizable character progression. Upgrade abilities unique to each hero, trooper class, and starfighter. Use these abilities to adapt and modify your character’s powers, either as lethal active effects on your opponents, helpful status boosts, or tactical assistance, to counter any opponent on the battlefront.
** STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT II (“PRODUCT”) THE LAST JEDI HEROES OFFER EXPIRES UPON PRODUCT RELEASE. Offer valid only at participating retailers. Other conditions and restrictions apply. See www.ea.com/games/starwars/battlefront/battlefront-2/disclaimers for details.
- Supported Platforms: One - Microsoft Xbox
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EA, you got it right 10 years ago -- if you were to bring back that old format but with the new worlds, characters, and ships that have been released in the new series, I think that would be an absolute hit.
Yet for being a canon story and having some redeeming qualities, Star Wars: Battlefront II fails to deliver on several aspects, something that pains me to say. As with most of my game reviews, the focus for All Timelines is the story. So while there may be other things to say about gameplay and multiplayer, those are not the focus of this review (though I will touch on them).
But since I don’t want to be a downer, I’ll start with some things that really were amazing about Star Wars: Battlefront II. First of all, the graphics were incredible, just as they were with its predecessor. The lighting and environmental effects match perfectly with the aesthetic we’ve come to expect from Star Wars. It looks real. I could have used more 4K enhancements since I was playing on an Xbox One X. That console was made for games like this. Hopefully, we’ll see some 4K updates in the near future.
Secondly, I was very impressed by how much the story meshed with other narratives that take place at this same time, chronologically. There are clear nods, and even sometimes direct adaptations of scenes from the comic Shattered Empire, the Aftermath book trilogy, Lost Stars, and more. It takes more than a Lucasfilm story to create this kind of cohesion. The authors were obviously well aware of other stories surrounding this one.
I enjoyed being able to explore a wide variety of environments with this game. I especially appreciate being able to explore Maz’s castle and fight on the surface of a Star Destroyer.
I thought the characters were one of those things that sort of straddle the line between good and bad. Iden Versio was clearly the standout character, the only one to really show any depth. Her compatriots of Del Meeko and Hask seemed like stock characters to me. That said, they got the legacy characters just right with Luke, Leia, Han, and Lando. Luke particularly stood out to me as being exactly who I imagine him to be post-Return of the Jedi, even though we only get to play him briefly. But for Inferno Squad, I could have used a longer campaign to flesh out their characters a bit more.
For example, when Iden and Del have their little fight with Hask, which ends up leading to their leaving the Empire, I found it hard to believe that they would defect to the Rebellion so quickly. It made sense that they would disagree with an order enough to disobey, but to leave behind everything they’ve been brought up on and join a side they were fighting until just recently, I found that hard to believe. That is just one instance of where I could have used more story to flesh out those relationships and personality. It made the campaign feel rushed. The finale also felt this way, like suddenly we were at the climax of the story without any real sense of having climbed to get there.
Gameplay for this game was okay. I’m no expert in the specifics of gameplay, but it felt very ordinary to me, with nothing groundbreaking. I was content to just sit behind cover and pick people off one by one. It lacked a certain adrenaline rush that I get from charging into battle on Halo or other first-person shooters. But that’s really all I’m going to say about gameplay because like I said before, this is a website about stories, so we’ll stick to the story.
Overall, I thought it was a fine game with many redeeming qualities that made up for its rushed, poorly-paced, cookie-cutter storyline. But that won’t stop me from probably playing it again sometime, or at least picking up and playing the free DLC. It is, after all, the first and only real canon video game in the Star Wars universe. May it be the first of many.
First appeared on AllTimelines.com
At a minimum, if they had included the same features and game modes as in that age-old game, it would have earned 4 stars from me. Build on past success!! The concept is not that difficult right?
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