The new Star Wars Battlefront game will fix many of the company's mistakes from the past. One of the most criticized aspects of the previous game was the lack of a single player mode, which many gamers felt was needed to justify its price tag. Fortunately, EA has been listening to all the feedback from the last game and, as it showed at its Play conference today, seems to have done a job fixing them.
For one, the new single player campaign will feature a brand new Star Wars story about a special forces commander in the Imperial army set on avenging the death of the Emperor and the loss of the Death Star.
Alongside the launch trailer for the single player campaign, the company also showed off a gameplay trailer showcasing the multiplayer mode, which will also be making a return with an even larger list of characters, factions, vehicles and more mechanics, opening up a number of new ways of playing the game. This experience will also be set across the many eras set in the Star Wars ethos and bring back beloved figures like Darth Maul, Rey, Boba Fett, and others as playable characters.
Star Wars Battlefront II will be available later this year on November 17.