Star Wars Battlefront II Reveal Teaser Surfaces Ahead of Full Trailer (VIDEO)
Star Wars Celebration Orlando 2017 is now underway, and we’ve already seen many great moments in the panels. We saw a moving tribute to the late, great Carrie Fisher and fans were elated to get their first official look at Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi. Now as the event looks to the Saturday panels, one big reveal that fans have been expecting is more news about Battlefront II, the sequel to the latest editions of the EA/DICE game. While it appears that a full trailer for the game will be seen with the Battlefront II panel today, a Battlefront II reveal teaser has been posted ahead of the full trailer’s release.
The new official Battlefront II reveal teaser has been posted on YouTube, which confirms the full trailer’s release on 4/15 in conjunction with the full panel. As the other promotional material already seen for Battlefront II, this teaser also puts the focus on a Tie Fighter pilot, seen flying their ship through the debris of a fallen Star Destroyer. The female narrator appears to be Janina Gavankar, who could perhaps be playing the female hero of the game’s supposed single player campaign.
A single-player story mode was one of the missing features from the first EA Battlefront game that players have been requesting for the sequel. The panel later today will hopefully give more details on the gameplay modes that will be available with the game. Let us hope EA has the high ground like Obi-wan, on this one. What do you guys think about this Battlefront II reveal teaser? Let us know in the comment section below, or start a discussion on our Disqus page.
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