New Star Wars Battlefront 2 Update Adds Ewoks, Other Original Trilogy Goodies (VIDEO)
While Star Wars fans said their goodbyes to the Skywalker Saga of films late last year, the greater Star Wars galaxy lives on in the periphery of other entertainment media. A final season of Clone Wars recently began on Disney+, and the streaming service already has a second season of The Mandalorian in the works, with new characters like one to be portrayed by wrestler Sasha Banks. Star Wars: Battlefront 2 has been keeping fans occupied on the gaming front for a few years now. Recently, EA disclosed the contents of a new Star Wars Battlefront 2 update that includes original trilogy elements, like Ewoks!
EA and DICE recently released a list of the new Star Wars Battlefront 2 update contents on the official Battlefront forums. The new update, titled The Age of Rebellion, includes mostly content based on the original film trilogy. The big inclusions are seven new co-op locations to play in, including Death Star 2, Endor, Yavin, Hoth, Tatooine, Jabba’s Palace and Kessel. Also coming to co-op are new capital ships, starting with the Republic Venator and Separatist Dreadnaught. Ally character AI has also been improved, as ally soldiers can now pilot vehicles, and will even control hero characters as well.
New weapons have been also been added including The E-11D for Assault, DL-18 for Officer, T-21 for Heavy, and Cycler Rifle for Specialist. There’s also new reinforcements options that bring an ISB agent and Ewok Hunter as new Infiltrators. Finally players in co-op and multiplayer modes will be able to blast at ewoks with their friends. What better bonding experience could there be?
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