2017's Star Wars Battlefront will feature a single-player campaign

2017's Star Wars Battlefront will feature a single-player campaign

2017's Star Wars Battlefront will feature a single-player campaign

2017's Star Wars Battlefront will feature a single-player campaign

 
EA has confirmed that their next Star Wars Battlefront will feature a single-player campaign and will feature characters and heroes from multiple Star Wars Eras. 
 
The next Star Wars Battlefront will be released in late 2017, with EA planning to release more information on the game in the coming months. Those who are critical of 2015's Star Wars Battlefront will be glad that the series will be gaining a single-player campaign, with a new Star Wars story that will likely span through several time periods within the series.  
 
Some hope that the game will regain the popular "Galactic Conquest" modes that were present in the original series, a move which will add some much-needed additional content to this sequel.  
 

  

2017's Star Wars Battlefront will feature a single-player campaign

 

Star Wars Battlefront 2015 was a mixed bag for gamers, providing spectacular visuals but a severe lack of content for its full retail price. Many were disappointed that the game lacked any form of Single Player story mode, which is something that it looks like EA are actively working to address with Star Wars Battlefront's 2017 release. 

 

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01-02-2017, 19:56:19

Excalabur50
I wonder if this will be the usual EA garbage I got a refund after just 10 mins of play on the first release of this gameQuote

02-02-2017, 02:50:06

Chrazey
Really? Again?... Everyone I knew that games and their dog, didn't like the older Star Wars: Battlefront game and stopped playing it almost instantly.Quote

02-02-2017, 03:44:52

Daiyus
Ill be honest, I didn't buy Battlefront until it was £10 on sale simply due to its lack of true single-player modes. As a Star Wars fan I actually enjoyed the attention to detail and it's fun to hop into a Stormtroopers helmet on occasion but as an overall package it was fairly mediocre. If I wasn't a big Star Wars fan I wouldn't bother playing it at all.

Here's hoping EA pulls through with this new one and makes the game we were all hoping Battlefront 3 would be. *positive attitude for the day*Quote

02-02-2017, 03:55:06

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Really? Again?... Everyone I knew that games and their dog, didn't like the older Star Wars: Battlefront game and stopped playing it almost instantly.
Yup right after EA had taken £50 from them.

I paid £20 for it and I was annoyed.Quote

02-02-2017, 04:05:44

Excalabur50
EA need to learn that there is more to a game than realistic sounds and graphics, though don't get me wrong they are good at that, But playability and netcode quality are just as if not more important, and lets face it when are EA going to realize that the Frostbyte engine is total pants as far as that goesQuote
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