Star Wars Battlefront Final DLC Pack To Release This December Instead Of Early 2017

Francesco De Meo
Star Wars Battlefront

Yesterday it's been a good day for video games fans who also happen to love the Star Wars franchise, as EA outlined their plans for future video games based on the franchise. With all the excitement surrounding the new titles, many have missed an important piece of information that will make those playing Star Wars Battlefront quite happy.

According to a press release made available shortly after the end of the EA Play conference, the fourth and final Star Wars Battlefront DLC pack will be released this December, and not in early 2017 as originally confirmed. The actual content of the pack have yet to be confirmed, and we probably won't hear more about it for a few months.

The team at DICE are continuing to add more of the content players want to Star Wars™ Battlefront™, with free* content and three more digital expansion packs coming by the end of the year – Star Wars Battlefront Bespin, Star Wars Battlefront Death Star and a final pack in December we’re all especially excited about. And for VR fans, DICE is also working with Criterion on an exclusive Star Wars Battlefront VR mission for PlayStation VR this year.

As already mentioned, yesterday's EA Play conference touched upon upcoming Star Wars games, which will be released in 2017 and 2018. Surprisingly, EA confirmed that Star Wars Battlefront is currently in development by DICE and Motive, the team lead by Assassin's Creed producer Jade Raymond. Motive was supposed to be working with Visceral on their own Star Wars game, but it seems like things have changed recently. Something new has also emerged on Respawn's Star Wars title, which will be set in a new era.

Star Wars Battlefront is now available in all regions on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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