Star Wars Battlefront

Star Wars: Battelfront 2 patch notes june 26

Star Wars Battelfront 2 patch notes june 26

Here are the patch notes for tomorrows Game update in Star Wars: Battlefront. DROIDEKAS Arriving this week will be one of the most requested additions to Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II, the Droideka. One of the most feared droids finally joins the Separatist army, wielding twin blasters and personal deflector shield generators, making them a formidable foe for anyone that faces off against them in combat. Destructive weaponry and a powerful shield aren’t their only characteristics, as the ability to transform and swiftly relocate has become synonymous with the Droideka. TX-130 The TX-130 will provide the Galactic Republic with an armored fighting vehicle that is both quick and defensive. The speed allows the TX-130 to enter into battle, deal damage, and then make its escape; a great balance between agility and power. NABOO JOINS CAPITAL SUPREMACY This month we’re bringing Capital Supremacy to Naboo. The conflict has spread to the capital…

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Star Wars: Battlefront 2 – Summer and Fall roadmap

Star Wars Battlefront 2 - aummer and Fall roadmap

On June 26, more Star Wars: The Clone Wars content is coming to the game as part of the “Where are those Droidekas? Update.” You’ll be to experience new modes, maps, and more. Here’s the full Star Wars Battlefront 2 fall 2019 roadmap: June: Capital Supremacy: Naboo The conflict has spread to the streets of Theed, as this month we’re bringing Capital Supremacy to Naboo. The capital city of Theed is one of the most iconic locations within the Clone Wars and we’re excited to be bringing Capital Supremacy to this fan-favourite map. When you deploy onto Naboo, you will notice that it’s set at dusk. The embered sky adds a greater layer of atmosphere to the city. Alongside the dusk setting, you’ll notice that the city streets are showing signs of previously fought battle and skirmishes; romantic ambience meets war-torn streets. The entirety of the battle takes place within…

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Top 4 Reasons to Play Star Wars Battlefront II Again

Welcome to the battlefront, pilot

Battlefront II is a game with many layers of history. In prelaunch, fans were super excited about it. But unfortunately, things didn’t go quite as planned. The game launched with a lot of drama and complaints. But it’s come a long way since then. Could it be worth giving it a try again? GamePur.com has an article on the top 4 reasons to play Battlefront II again, and honestly, I think some of them are pretty good. Here’s a recap: New maps New heroes New game types A great experience If you were following the initial release of this game, you will know that it got off to a rocky start. Many people complained that the original game was not complete – that it was missing too much content to be launched when it was. If you turned away from the game because of this, or avoided even playing it…

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Star Wars Battlefront II May patch Notes

Star Wars Battlefront II May patch Notes

Here are the latest patchnotes for Star Wars: Battelfront 2: NEW CONTENT FEATURES Kamino – Cloning Facility is now available to play on Capital Supremacy Added an in-game Voice Lines Wheel usable by heroes Raised the level cap for all units to 1000​ QUALITY OF LIFE Adjusted the core mechanics of the Heroes vs. Villains game to accommodate the removal of the target system. Appearance bundles are now moved to the Collection screen. Crystal prices have been reduced and Credit prices have been removed. HERO CHANGES Community Request: Any changes to the Victory Poses for Iden Versio, Rey and Count Dooku have been reverted. New Victory Poses for Iden Versio (LOYALTY) and Rey (DETERMINED) have been added and are free to unlock for all players. Community Request: Increased the limit for Heroes using Voice Lines at once. Fixed an issue where lightsaber heroes were not able to deal damage to…

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What Star Wars: Battlefront Needs for a Great eSports Scene

What Star Wars Battlefront Needs for a Great eSports Scene

Ten years on from the superb Star Wars: Battlefront II from Pandemic Studios and LucasArts in 2005, and following many rumours about a third edition to the Battlefront series, EA DICE and Electronic Arts released the much-hyped Star Wars: Battlefront in 2015. With stunning graphics and the chance to play as iconic characters and classes from the epic film franchise, people were over the moon with the chance to finally play another triple-A Star Wars game. Lacking in depth, but coming with a rather grubby DLC line-up, fans had high hopes that the sequel, Star Wars: Battlefront II in 2017 would improve on the first of the reboot games. Sadly, mired in controversy of bad publishing practices, Battlefront II was an utter disappointment. EA DICE have tried to earn back community support with a stream of updates that continue to this day, but instead, much of the community has reverted…

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Capital Supremacy is Coming to Star Wars: Battlefront 2 on March 26

Capital Supremacy is Coming to Star Wars Battlefront 2 on March 26

Dice just informed that a new game mode – Capital Supremacy is comming in Star Wars Battlefront 2. The article includes all new details such as player count, reinforcements, heroes, AI bots and more! The release date for Capital Supremacy in Star Wars Battlefront 2 is set to relase in a few day from now, on March 26 and will release with two new reinforcements: the droid commando (commando droid) and the ARC trooper. Capital Supremacy previously was called Titan mode but now we finally have an official name. Here is the news: Starting March 26, the forces of the Galactic Republic and Separatists clash in Capital Supremacy* – an immersive, Clone Wars-era authentic experience in Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II – where non-linear ground battles fuse with the thrill of invading capital ships and taking them down. Along with the update, we’re releasing our latest location, Pipeline Junction West on Geonosis, plus the Separatist…

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Star Wars: Battlefront 2 – Chosen One patch notes

Star Wars Battlefront 2 - Chosen One patch notes

Here are the full patchnotes for yesterdays game update for Star Wars: Battelfront. There are big changes coming to the Clone Trooper legions with each Trooper Class now getting their own look, relevant to the legion that they are a part of. This also sees the first time that Officers will be able to equip Clone Trooper armour. Additionally, there’s been a lot of discussion around stuns and their effect on the flow of gameplay. With stuns now having a lower duration and a short immunity once you have been stunned, we’re looking forward to seeing how these changes improve the experience. ANAKIN SKYWALKER Anakin’s power and skill were virtually unmatched, though his overconfidence and anger could get the better of him. Even still, when innocent people were in danger, he would never hesitate to put his life on the line to save them. When his friends needed his help,…

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Star Wars: Battlefront: Clone Army Updates Coming to today

Star Wars Battlefront Clone Army Updates Coming to today

As we told you yesterday, Players can start playing Anakin Skywalker with todays game update. But that is not all. we’re not only getting a new hero in Anakin Skywalker, but also an update to how the clone troopers of the Galactic Republic are represented in Star Wars Battlefront II. In this new blog update from DICE, Game Designer Christian Johannesén talks armored clone officers, updated legions, and more. Check it out: Along with an overarching re-implementation of how trooper classes are visually identified, the different clone trooper legions have also undergone a touch-up in the way they look. And with this update, we’re introducing the option to play as an armored clone officer, too! These changes and improvements to the clone army tie into each other, so to learn about how it comes together, we’ve talked to Game Designer Christian “CJ” Johannesén. Phase I and Phase II Clone Troopers With…

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