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November 17 might feel like a long time to wait for the launch of Star Wars Battlefront, but EA and DICE have recently announced that your wait for the beta will be much, much shorter. Get ready to dive into some of the shooter's maps and modes starting Oct. 8.
DICE has confirmed that the upcoming Star Wars shooter, Star Wars: Battlefront, will have dedicated servers for online multiplayer. The game still won't have a server browser but the dedicated servers will be available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC gamers.
Star Wars Battlefront will allow players to become several legendary heroes and villains from the series. A new preview from DICE explains what players can expect when they become Luke Skywalker.
Gamers can't seem to get enough of Star Wars: Battlefront from DICE. While there is a beta inbound for the game you can get an early look at the game with some leaked alpha footage featuring some visually impressive gameplay.
Disney and Sony have a deal where the PS4 will get a special edition bundle for Star Wars: Battlefront. According to the latest update from EA and DICE, they explain that the bundle won't be coming to Xbox One because the bundle is only available for PS4.
Worried about how much control, how many gadgets and what sort of weapons will be at the disposal of Boba Fett in DICE's rendition of Star Wars: Battlefront? Well, some new details were released by EA and DICE explaining how the character can be played and what sort of equipment will be available in the game.
The Star Wars: Battlefront team said more modes would be announced leading up to the game’s Nov. 17 launch date and, today, they’re making good on promise with Supremacy Mode, a game type that encourages all-out warfare in order to control various points on the map.
Star Wars: Battlefront developer DICE surprised long-time fans of the series when they announced the reboot wouldn't have a single-player campaign. Senior producer Sigurlina Ingvarsdottir explained in a new interview why they decided to make Battlefront a multiplayer-only affair.
Hey there, lonely boys and girls spending your evenings playing video games alone. The team at DICE wants to spice up your night life with some hot new Battlefield 4 action specifically designed to be enjoyed with the lights turned down low. Get ready for “Night Operations,” guaranteed to show you a good time as part of the upcoming September update.
The strongest selling point of Star Wars Battlefront is that it lets players participate in massive battles with infantry and vehicles. The Blast Mode announced by DICE this week, however, has a much smaller scale.
DICE and Electronic Arts rolled out the details on the very expensive Collector's Edition for Mirror's Edge: Catalyst, the prequel to the moderate selling but critically acclaimed parkour game, Mirror's Edge. The Collector's Edition of the game clocks in at the no-laughing-price of $199.99.
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.