Some excited Star Wars fans have pre-ordered the digital "Ultimate" edition of the game on the PlayStation 4. Unfortunately, it just doesn't work - giving players errors and headaches instead of lightsaber fights and laser blaster battles.
It’s Star Wars Battlefront baby, a shooter from Battlefield veterans DICE. Lasers! Death Stars! TIE Fighters!
It can’t possibly be rubbish, can it? Is Star Wars Battlefront a new Phantom Menace or a sublime Empire Strikes Back? Search your feelings, and you’ll know the following opinions to be true…
Season passes are easily the most divisive promises out there. Some folks fall for them, some spurn them and others decide to wait out a few months of FOMO and see what they have to offer after they’ve been on the marketplace for a while. And it’s not enough to just have extra content lined up after launch.
Star Wars Battlefront is going to need some big guns, something which you’ll see plenty of in the game. EA has released a full list of the weapons, vehicles, power-ups and Star Cards in the shooter through the Battlefront stat-tracking website.
Star Wars Battlefront looks like a gorgeous reskin of Battlefield, what with the lasers and thermal grenades flying everywhere while Imperial Stormtroopers blast Rebel scum. That means a big download, right? ctually, it's not so bad.
Star Wars is pretty much done and dusted for now in Disney Infinity 3.0, until next month that is. But between interactive trilogies, there are other figures being released in the Disney Infinity 3.0 line. Figures from other properties, and previous playsets. And this month, we’re getting the chance to say hi to Veronica…
A Sith apprentice with agility of a tiger and even more fierce when cornered, Darth Maul was a villain who deserved better and instead found himself getting his role slashed in the final cut. Heh, slashed.
Essentially a free for all in the skies, you’ll be piloting Imperial and Rebel ships as you rack up kills. But there’ll also be a chance to fly iconic hero ships. Pretty much the same idea as Hero pickups during ground assaults in Battlefront, Hero Vehicles will allow players to grab some air as either the Millennium Falcon or Boba Fett’s Slave-1.