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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: PlayStation 4
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I am going to praise Battlefront to a bit before I rip it to shreds. Think of the calm before the storm.
-Improved since the last game. With classes and more rewarding gameplay than the last one. Heroes and Vehicles can be bought through in-game match coins now instead of camping a spawn to play as Luke you can do good and buy him and play him.
-Graphics and sound. This one is a given but the game looks better than the last one especially on the pro and the x with a solid steady 60 frames per second. The sound is star wars so it expect epic music and great pew pew sounds The cutscenes are nice and the facial animations prove that Bioware didn’t know how to make females look on the frostbite engine with Mass Effect Andromeda.
- Free Content and more content at launch than the first game. One of the biggest outcries of the first game is now fixed with my favorite the clones wars back with all three era and more planets even a Single Player campaign. No Season Pass all DLC will be free with no split playerbase.
So, how did EA screw this one up so bad it should be at the very least a decent game and not this dumpster fire.
-The Loot Boxes. EA saw how much Overwatch made on the loot boxes and decided to build Star Wars Battlefront 2 from the ground up around them. Unlike Overwatch which is just cosmetics. EA took the abysmal star cards system and build it around them. Star Cards are gameplay modifiers that give your character mods to improve them. What made this worse was you could of previously bought them with real money to Pay to Win. Even though EA turned of microtransactions the game is still built around the freaking loot boxes so progression is utterly crippled because of this. With the most egregious loot box system in the industry I am not even excited for the new “free content” when I know 100% most of it is going to be locked behind these dumb boxes. Oh yeah, even though EA has “turned off” the microtransaction they are planning to return them at a later date so it not fixed EA just wants to cool of this titanic PR blunder that has investors worried. I hope EA realizes that they could have just put loot boxes full of star wars cosmetics and they would have made fist full of dollars, but no they went for the most intrusive and hands down worse system that makes the Call of Duty WWII with its public spectacle loot boxes look like the greatest loot box system ever. This game is a giant loot box! It takes more than 4,500 hours to unlock every base-game piece of content in Star Wars Battlefront. Even though it has more content than the first game you won’t see all of it. Which is just infuriating that how stupid EA can really be.
-Progression, it's tied to the star cards which is tied to the surprise surprise the loot boxes. A bad progression system can destroy a multiplayer game. It does for Battlefront 2 where you have to grind a lot to get to the items you want. The gameplay is decent but if you aren’t progressing to some goal or it takes a long time to achieve a goal. What is the point of even playing? Sure you have more content but if your progression is one big dreadful mmo-esque grind than what is the point of even playing if you're not having fun.
-Arcade Mode has limited credits reductions just like a free to play mobile game the grind is laughable limited per day. Honestly EA should have just made this game free at this point with another wall.
-Story is four hours and is a generic defect story with Iden two missions in decides the empire is actual the bad guy and she is going to fight for the right side. Which was disappointing to say the least. Here I thought they were going to do something unique and original but in a game whose base content is locked behind a freemium model I was sadly mistaken.
-The deluxe edition is pay to win $20 extra dollars needs you a powerful star cards and last jedi skins. I did not receive the deluxe code with my copy amazon send to me so I paid extra for nothing.
Star Wars Battlefront is the biggest failure of 2017 hands down. When you take a property like Star Wars one of the most beloved franchises in the world and Battlefront another childhood cherished game. Make it to one of the most controversial products to the point where government investigations are conducted over the most egregious model of monetization of a $60 game. To the point where the controversial first game with it’s season pass and lack of content is child’s play compared to this one. If Star Wars Battlefront 2 isn’t a bad game I don’t know what is. Thank you EA you took one of my most cherished childhood games and ruined the franchise.
Anyone purchasing the Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition needs to know that the upgrades promised in this more expensive version will only work once, on only one account.
So, if you are like me, who plays the game on one account and has his son on a sub account, only one of you will receive the upgrades promised in this edition. There is no mention anywhere stating otherwise. Total greed.
Unfortunately, that means my son's account did not receive any of the character upgrades promised.
The precedent set for previous games were for upgrades/content/etc to be available to all accounts on the same system. This is new and disturbing.
As far as the game itself is concerned, gameplay and graphics are an improvement over the previous version.
However, the loot box system is terrible. EA has TEMPORARILY removed the pay-to-win purchasing of crystals, but that does not negate the fact that you are basically gambling your way to upgrades. Luckily, the internet has voiced its disdain loud and clear to EA. Micro-transactions do not belong in a game we have purchased $60-80 for. It's one thing if they are only for cosmetic upgrades, but EA has really insulted their fanbase here.
EA's greed in handling this Elite Edition and their use of loot boxes overshadows what should be one of their best games.
It seems in EA's quest for a happy stockholder, they really just ruined what could have been a amazing game!
Disappointed Star Wars fan. Boo!
At least they put a campaign in this one