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A few new videos have been leaked for Star Wars: Battlefront, showing the game's alpha gameplay across Hoth and Tatooine. The survival mode goes on for a few waves and the other videos show the game's standard multiplayer PvP in action.
Ever since it was announced that DICE would be in charge of developing Star Wars: Battlefront and that the game would be running on the very prestigious Frostbite 3 game engine, many fans instantly began questioning if that meant that Star Wars: Battlefront would turn into Star Wars: Battlefield. Well, DICE assures gamers that the two will stay very separate.
You remember that scene in Star Wars: A New Hope when Luke Skywalker flew in with a squadron of Rebels and blew up the Death Star? Well, hold onto that memory fondly, because it looks like you won’t be reliving it in Star Wars: Battlefront.
DICE will allow gamers to try out Star Wars: Battlefront next week. You can sign up now for a shot at this closed alpha test even if you didn't pre-order the shooter.
DICE and EA awakened a sleeping giant of fanboyism when they finally unveiled the gameplay of Star Wars: Battlefront during the E3 press conference. In addition to showing the multiplayer versus skirmishes, they also revealed a brand new solo or cooperative survival mode that you can check out.
During EA's E3 press conference, we finally got to see gameplay footage from Star Wars Battlefront. The five-minute trailer showed us a multiplayer battle on the icy planet of Hoth.
There are a number of items included in the Deluxe Edition of Star Wars: Battlefront, the upcoming multiplayer shooter from DICE and Electronic Arts. The details are all laid out on the Amazon store page, where it's revealed that certain weapons and goodies are made available in the Deluxe Edition of the game.
Since EA announced they were making a new Mirror's Edge, we've been calling it Mirror's Edge 2. However, the long-teased game actually called Mirror's Edge Catalyst and it's not a sequel at all.
DICE is still patching and fixing up Battlefield 4, only this time the patch is less about fixing the game and more about adding new content to the title. What sort of content? Well, they're adding five new guns and bringing back the Gun Master Mode.
If there’s one thing the Star Wars films do well, it’s massive battles full of crazy vehicles and blasters shooting red lasers in every direction. EA and DICE’s upcoming Star Wars Battlefront aims to deliver on those epic encounters, too, specifically through the recently announced Squadron mode.
DICE is in charge of making Star Wars: Battlefront and this has made a lot of gamers a little nervous about how much of Battlefield will make the transition over into Battlefront. Well, DICE has confirmed that ironsights won't be making the leap from the modern military shooter to the spage-age, sci-fi action game.
Star Wars: Battlefront will let players fight on the surface of Sullust, a planet not previously seen in the main series. Today the development team at DICE celebrated Star Wars day with a preview of this unforgiving world.
If you're a Star Wars fan, you already know about the upcoming film and the new game from EA and DICE, but one thing you may not know is that Star Wars: Battlefront actually has narrative ties to Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
While we’ve still got quite a few months until Star Wars: Battlefront is released upon the masses, we’ve now got word that you’ll only be able to play the game online, as this latest shooter from DICE does not feature a single player campaign.
The release date for Star Wars: Battlefront may have been leaked from its official website. The source code for the new shooter from EA and DICE apparently mentions a specific launch day.