Star Wars Battlefront II launched with a play mode not found in the original game developed by DICE, Arcade Mode, which allows players to play solo or with others against AI controlled enemies. Even though the mode is mostly meant to teach players how to play the game, it seems like it's been appreciated quite a bit and the development team is aware of requests for more content.
On his official Twitter profile, Star Wars Battlefront II Design Director Dennis Brännvall confirmed that the team hasn't forgotten about the PvE audience and, as Arcade Mode is doing well, they are eager to make more content for it.
we're not ignoring our PvE audience! Arcade is doing really well, so of course we're eager to make more content for it
— Dennis Brännvall (@DICE_FireWall) January 27, 2018
Additionally, Dennis Brännvall confirmed that a Clone Wars only playlist is also coming in the future.
— Dennis Brännvall (@DICE_FireWall) January 28, 2018
Last week, DICE confirmed that they will be revamping the Star Wars Battlefront II progression system soon. Details will be coming sometime in March.
We’re working on a revamped progression system. Your feedback has been essential here, and we are preparing significant changes to progression that will address many of the things we’ve seen players asking for. We’ll be sharing more details about these changes in March.
Star Wars Battlefront II is now out on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. You can learn more about the game by reading our review.