Star Wars Battlefront: E3 Gameplay Will be Different than the One at Star Wars Celebration; X-Wing Picture Released
A beautiful render of an X-wing, was published on Facebook, which uses a game asset rendered outside of the game in the Frostbite engine.
Star Wars Battlefront will have a big presence at E3 2015 next month, and Community Manager Mathew Everett shares a bit more information on Reddit.
He mentions that even though we will be seeing some actual gameplay at E3, it won’t be the same shown at the Star Wars Celebration.
That gameplay was an exclusive for the show and will remain an exclusive.
Everett also explained that PC requirements, might be different from the latest Battlefield games.
With the Frostbite engine and the inclusion of full PBR, the game isn’t just like Battlefield Hardline or Battlefield 4. Once the team has the game into its Beta phase, they can start testing the game on 100’s if not thousands of PC systems and find the minimum spec required to run the game. It might end up being the same as Battlefield Hardline or even Battlefield 4. But until those tests can take place, we can’t commit to specs / details.
Being a fairly hardcore PC gamer, I want to know the specs as well. But… my PC is powerful, so not worried. But I know you guys are and want to get you that info as soon as we can.Advertisement
Preorders for Star Wars Battlefront are available for both the Standard and Deluxe versions. As producer Jesper Nielsen stated, gameplay will come in due time, so it would be safe to assume that the development diaries will lead up to that.
Star Wars Battlefront will be released on November 17 2015 for the PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One. We will bring you any new information as soon as it becomes available. Be sure to check out our previous Star Wars Battlefront coverage as well as the latest teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which opens in theaters on December 18. Be sure to check out our previous coverage on star Wars : Battlefront for more information about the game, here and here.