Friday, September 22, 2017

Full List of 'Battlefront II' of Map Locations Revealed

By: Dominic Jones

Electronic Arts and Lucasfilm have revealed the full list of locations from the Star Wars galaxy that will have playable maps in the upcoming video game Star Wars Battlefront II.  There are eleven planets total, spanning the prequel trilogy, the original trilogy, and the sequel trilogy.  The list was revealed on Twitter in a tweet by the EA Star Wars account.  Check out the list below,

It's nice to see planets from all parts of the saga are represented in the new game.  One of the biggest complaints against the first game was the fact that it only featured the original trilogy.  Now with the addition of prequel and sequel modes (including the promise of a map based on Crait from The Last Jedi coming soon too), the game feels like a better representation of the past, present, and future of the Star Wars saga.

The list includes places like Endor, Hoth, and Mos Eisley which were included in the first game as well.  Which makes it weird that locations like Cloud City, Scarif, and Jabba's Palace, which were released as a DLC for the first game.  Even if they don't factor into the game's highly anticipated story mode, it would be nice to play those planets in other modes (though, I suppose EA would hope that fans wanting to do that will just buy the first game).

Star Wars Battlefont II will be released on November 17th, 2017.

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