Star Wars: Battlefront Summary
A new Battlefield game is coming in 2016, according to a spokesperson for publisher Electronic Arts. The news was revealed during an investor's call, and it essentially marks the point at whichmoves to a yearly release model.
"What we've said is that our intention over the next couple of years is to have a first-person shooter as one of the core titles," the representative said (reported). "This year, obviously, it's Star Wars Battlefront. Next year, it's another Battlefield title."
The new game mode for Star Wars: Battlefront thatwas teasing yesterday is a 10 versus 10 team deathmatch mode called' Blast', it turns out. Not particularity exciting, I know.
It's Rebels against the Imperials on a series of custom-built maps designed for close-quarters fighting. Thus, levels are smaller than in other modes, and contain a few other tweaks as well.
Today we'll learn about a new game mode in Star Wars: Battlefront. A teasing image of rebels fighting off imperial troops was released, which shows a fire fight inside a bunker? Likely a play on Battlefield's Rush mode.
It could always be 'Ewok-clubbing' - that'd be a fan favourite for many. #FurballPests With Gamescom right around the corner hopefully we'll also get to see this new game mode in full swing.
In a new FAQ, Star Wars Battlefront developer DICE has answered some pressing question from the fans. One thing that's been confirmed by community manager Mathew Everett is that the PC version will not have a split-screen mode.
That's not entirely surprising, but it does mean that you won't be able to plug a couple of controllers in and use your PC as a gaming console. Any multiplayer you want to jump into will have to take place across a connection.
DICE presumably gave lots of warnings to players taking part in the Star Wars: Battlefrontthat they were not to film and release any footage from their time with the game, under penalty of death by Stormtrooper firing squad.
Thus, inevitably, loads of new gameplay footage has emerged.has scraped together several clips of testers blasting each other to pieces on the game's Tatooine and Hoth maps. It's a nice opportunity to see what the game actually looks like in action, when it's not being edited to within an inch of its life.