Embark on an endless Star Wars™ action experience from the best-selling Star Wars HD video game franchise of all time. Experience rich multiplayer battlegrounds across all 3 eras - prequel, classic and new trilogy - or rise as a new hero and discover an emotionally gripping single-player story spanning thirty years. Customize and upgrade your heroes, starfighters or troopers - each with unique abilities to exploit in battle. Ride tauntauns or take control of tanks and speeders. Use the Force to prove your worth against iconic characters like Kylo Ren, Darth Maul or Han Solo, as you play a part in a gaming experience inspired by forty years of timeless Star Wars films.This item cannot be returned or refunded, please visit to learn more.
A new hero, a story untold. Jump into the boots of an elite special forces soldier in a powerful new Star Wars campaign that bridges events between the films Star Wars: Return of the Jedi and Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
The ultimate Star Wars battleground. Experience a multiplayer universe unmatched in variety and breadth.
Up to forty players fight as iconic heroes and authentic-to-era troopers, and in a massive array of vehicles as battle rages through the galaxy.
Galactic-scale space combat. Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II features a space combat system designed from the ground up with distinct handling, weapons and customisation options.
You can pilot legendary starfighters in high-stakes dogfights with up to twenty-four players and forty AI ships.
The game is fun to play also has good story about a imperial officer joining the new republic and overall graphics look almost real in real life event but also able to play the characters from the classic Saugus of the old Star Wars I would play All over again and play online characters with carts like what have a recommend to a friend on either cyst on either system of systems I like the first one and second the store was that front are used to play
I know. I know. This game got a bad rap when it 1st released. With all of the loot box controversy. But in the end, that was ironed down to what should've been a solid game-play experience. Well, I can't speak for PS4 or PC versions, but the Xbox One version is so buggy, you'd be lucky to get it to load up the 1st time after powering on. Once you are able to play, however, it's not a bad game at all. I came for the story, so I Look forward to completing that before I move on to online multiplayer. Wish me luck. Still, I got it on sale and I'm still not that happy with it. I do like what story bits I have played through so far, so maybe there's a new hope around the corner. I don't recommend this if you're not a Star Wars fan and I barely recommend this to anyone else. Buy at your own risk.
Got this game for my brand new Xbox One X and looks amazing. Great control, story and graphics. Big improvement since Battlefront 1.
Great single player game play and story and good and entertaining multi player.
I enjoyed playing Star Wars Battlefront, so when I saw that a “Star Wars Battlefront II” video game was going to be released, I preordered it. The graphics in the game play are good, as are the mini movies and cut scenes. I would recommend this video game to my friends. Especially on the Xbox gaming system. Enjoy!! “Long live the Rebels!!”
My review is only for the single-player campaign so please bear that in mind.
The campaign is definitely better than the first game and is surprisingly lengthy at about 8-10 hours, depending on how fast you want to complete the game but the graphical beauty will be missed. I played the game on an XBOX One X on a 1080p TV and can imagine how awesome it would look on a 4K TV.
Sometimes there is no time to take in the sights due to the frantic shootouts in space but it is still wonderful to see the fighters, ships and asteroids which need to be avoided so as to not crash into them. The planets look authentic and makes you think you're in a Star Wars movie.
There aren't many items to locate say as the Far Cry series but upgrades to weapons are made by finding crates or opening them after completing missions and serves the purpose. They can also be purchased with real money but the game is enjoyable enough as is without having to spend more.
There are other modes which I haven't tried yet such as an Arcade mode where you fight off the enemy on different planets and also a Starfighter assault mode which is similar.
The multiplayer is where the game's strength lies and there is a wide choice of characters to choose from. I wouldn't know how good the servers are not having played in multiplayer.
I wasn't going to get the game at first but Best Buy had a special deal so I took a chance and am glad that I did. It's not the deepest game like Fallout 4 but does provide the fun of being in a Star Wars setting. It's mostly based on use of the right weapon at the right time and the accuracy of your shooting. Your flying skills will also be tested and is exciting to be in space battles.
If you have EA Access on your XBOX, you can download a trial version to preview the game which starts at the beginning of the campaign. It costs $4.99 for a month if you just want to check out a few games at first or get a year's subscription for about $30 which gives access to a lot of great games for the money.
I'm a huge Star Wars fan and big supporter of DICE. The first Battlefront was short and kind of limited but was a fun game. Battlefront 2 is a big letdown for me. Controls are cumbersome, no online co-op for arcade or training (Really?) and the paywalls. The microtransactions have been a topic of debate lately, so much that they're not doing them (until a later date). Piloting vehicles was alot of fun in the first Battlefront. Now I need to have credits to unlock vehicles. I guess after playing for a long time I'll eventually accumulate enough credits but at that point will have moved onto another game?
Give this game a rental to see if it's for you. As much as I want to love this game (I'll keep giving a chance) there's too many other games worthy of my time out right now.
A:AnswerI asked the same question when I picked it up and they said it would be emailed to whichever email you use with Best Buy, so be sure to check that account. **The beta actually starts Wednesday, October 4 for preorders, and on the weekend for everyone else (October 6-9). When I did the WW2 beta, I got a signup code on the receipt but download code came via email just one day before beta start date, so I wouldn't expect the email until October 3, possibly even the morning of October 4.