If your Star Wars Battlefront 2 hype has reached fever pitch, you can settle the cravings with all-you-can-eat Star Wars Battlefront.
In anticipation of the 'first' game becoming a desolate wasteland once Star Wars Battlefront 2 launches in the next few months, EA have heavily discounted the 'original' game's season pass. And by discount, we mean it's completely free.
While the game itself isn't free, there are enough ways to get it for a pretty low price at the minute; either through Origin directly or the pretty great EA Access program. Either way, so long as you own the game on Origin in some legitimate way, you essentially now have access to its entire DLC library free of charge. The all-inclusive Ultimate Edition is just £4.16 right now, anyway - and a free trail is still available.
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Of course, if you already owned the season pass, you likely haven't played much of the game for a little while now. Having recieved the last of its major updates earlier this year, we can imagine most of the playerbase switched over to something else. Hopefully this free offering, however, would reinvigorate things for the time being. It's EA's big plan to bait you into the sequel - one that actually features a campaign, too.
Pulling a similar stunt toward the end of Battlefield 4's life, this offer is likely to disappear before long. So if you're at all interesting in lapping up the full Star Wars Battlefront experience, you should check out Origin as soon as possible. There's still nothing like seeing Han get shot down, bend the knee and get off with nothing but a few scratches yet again. Shame that didn't last.