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Star Wars Battlefront leak shows campaign and DLC details

Star Wars Battlefront is due out at the end of this year but some early details about the game’s campaign and future DLC plans have already leaked. According to new information, Battlefront will come with a lengthy campaign, covering the entire Star Wars saga so far.

You will also supposedly be able to play as both the good guys and the bad guys. The multiplayer portion of the game will also feature massive 64 player battles, much like in Battlefield, the series that developer DICE is best known for.

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This information was obtained by fan site, Making Star Wars, which published a long list of ‘leaks’. However, this news should be treated as rumor and taken with a pinch of salt until EA officially reveals Battlefront details itself, which will likely happen at E3 later this year.

The game’s campaign will mostly focus on the original trilogy of films but there will be parts of the prequels thrown in. Additionally, the final part of the campaign is due to be a prequel to Star Wars Episode VII, which is due to release shortly after Battlefront in December.

Some multiplayer game modes will feature space to land battles but there will also be a ‘hero’ system, which will allow you to play as certain iconic characters upon achieving a certain amount of kills.

Battlefront supposedly has an “aggressive” DLC plan as well, it sounds a lot like Battlefield Premium, with five content packs planned with several new maps each.

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KitGuru Says: This is all rumor for now, we will have to wait a bit longer for official details from EA. That said, if all of this turns out to be true, then I’m not too sure how I feel about it. What do you guys think of the recent batch of Battlefront details? Is this good or bad news?

Source: Making Star Wars

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