Battles in the stars nostalgia


illustrated by Alan Enriquez

Alan Enriquez, Reporter

Unlike its 2015 predecessor, Star Wars Battlefront II brings back the same feeling of excitement as the original Battlefront disk.

Many of the issues from the 2015 Star Wars Battlefront such as a lack of single player campaign and few heroes to choose from were addressed in this new sequel, including graphics as well as overall content.

A whole new single player story approved by Disney is being added, something the previous game did not have.

Many all-time favorite heroes from the original Battlefront II game are being brought back too, such as Darth Maul, General Grievous and Yoda.

New heroes are being introduced such as Kylo Ren, Rey, Captain Phasma, and Iden Versio. Although much of the game’s multiplayer content was restricted in the Beta, it still left players more than satisfied with the limited access available. Outer space dogfights are included and promise to be bigger than ever. New modes are being introduced as well as a variety of space vehicles that players can choose from. Players will be able to fight in more planets and more outer space areas.

The game is set to release on Nov. 17, and may keep players entertained for well over a year. A standard copy of the game costs $60 and the deluxe edition is set at $80. Both are available for pre-order on the EA Games website.

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