Star Wars Battlefront – Awesome Luke Skywalker and Boba Fett Images

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EA and DICE have finally showcased the first gameplay footage of Star Wars Battlefront, and as expected it looked amazing. They also demonstrated some Missions Co-op gameplay during Sony’s E3 2015 press conference, that showcases some incredible visual quality that almost matches the in-game trailer we have previously seen.

Today Electronic Arts released two new assets on Twitter, featuring Luke Skywalker and Boba Fett, which can be viewed below:

Judging by the previously released images, these could be game assets rendered in the FrostBite engine.

DICE was given unprecedented access to the original props and locations for Star Wars Battlefront

Unprecedented access to original Star Wars props and locations. Photorealistic visuals and authentic sound design from the talented team at DICE. Prepare to be transported to a galaxy far, far away.


Community Manager Mathew Everett has recently provided some information about the collaboration going on with Lucasfilm for Star Wars Battlefrront, mentioning that the planet Sullust used in the Star Wars comics is inspired by the game.

“The Sullust they use within the comic is based on the Sullust we’re introducing into the Star Wars universe in Star Wars Battlefront. This has been a part of the collaboration we have had with Lucas over the last few years.”

Everett confirmed that mission maps are unique and specific to that part of the game, separate from multiplayer maps:

“Mission maps are unique to Missions. The map count we revealed includes only Multiplayer maps from the base game (12 maps). We also have the two extra free maps that will come with the Battle of Jakku. The Battle of Jakku maps will arrive starting on December 1st or December 8th depending if you pre-ordered, which gives us 14 maps total before The Force Awakens arrives in theaters. We will reveal the full Mission map count in the near future.”

Star Wars Battlefront will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 17, 2015.

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