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Author: Archie Paras
EA and DICE have released a small teaser trailer for Star Wars Battlefront’s Fighter Squadron gameplay, which will make its full debut on August 5, at EA’s Gamescom press conference.
The teaser gives us a tiny glimpse of what we can expect:
Digitale Spielekultur, the foundation that runs the Gamescom Awards, announced the nominees, and Star Wars Battlefront leads the way with four nominations.
Fighter Squadron is one of the several multiplayer modes of Star Wars Battlefront
Fighter Squadron will be one of many multiplayer modes that Star Wars Battlefront will feature, including Walker Assault, Supremacy, Blast, Drop Zone, and Cargo. The mode reveal will likely be followed by a showcase at Gamescom next week. EA will have a huge showing at the upcoming event, with Star Wars Battlefront, Need for Speed, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2, hopefully some more Mass Effect Andromeda, and many more. A surprise reveal of the new Star Wars game by Visceral Games and Amy Hennig could be announced. The latter has been recently revealed to be helmed by Jade Raymond.
AllGamesBeta has released an absolutely stunning set of 4K screenshots of Star Wars Battlefront at Ultra Settings, from the Tatooine Survival Mission. Star Wars Battlefront is most definitely one of the most anticipated games of 2015, and with the Game Critics Awards Best of E3 2015 Nominations Announced, Battlefront is the frontrunner with five overall nominations.
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.
Star Wars Battlefront will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 17, 2015.
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