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New Star Wars Battlefront 2 trailer showcases every game mode and map

27 Sep 17

EA has now released a new trailer for Star Wars Battlefront 2 showcasing every game mode and map that the highly anticipated sequel has. 

If you remember playing the first game in 2015, the content in that game was weak. Well it seems as if EA listened to the feedback to make the sequel bigger and better. 

In the trailer, John Boyega (Finn) highlights all of the content that Star Wars Battlefront 2 has to offer. It will have far more locations, heroes and vehicles for you to experience compared to the first game. 

You can get to play as characters from all the Star Wars eras. This includes the likes of Rey, Luke Skywalker, Darth Maul, Kylo Ren and more. 

The great thing about the sequel is that there is way more offline content offered. Aside from the online and single player campaign, players can hone their skills in the newly announced offline"Arcade" mode. 

The game is out on November 17th, 2017 for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Check out more in the trailer posted down below.

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