Star Wars Battlefront Comes to Windows PC on November 17, 2015

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As everybody is looking forward to the release of the most recent sequel of the Star Wars saga in theaters, Episode VII – The Force Awakens, game makers are also  looking to bank in on that major entertainment event. So, you’ll be happy to hear that Star Wars Battlefront is set to arrive on Xbox One, PC on November 17, 2015.
star wars battlefront pcAre you a Star Wars fan? If so, you’ve probably played a dozen of Star Wars-themed games so far. And if you’re looking for some fresh titles, then you will be happy to hear that Star Wars Battlefront will be arriving in the middle of this November for Windows and Xbox One users. The game was created using the DICE gaming engine and as you can judge for yourself by the trailer from below, it’s going to be one smashing game to play!

Star Wars Battlefront will come with a “Walker Assault,”40-player mode which is something pretty amazing and you’ll definitely want to check that out. The game is said to feature ‘detail-drenched character, vehicle, and weapon models’. Have a look at the trailer below and judge for yourself:

Here’s what the official Xbox Wire website had to say about this:

Among the intense exchanges of laser blasts, speeder bikes whizzed by – often before colliding with trees in glorious displays of new-gen special effects – AT-ST Walkers stomped about, and an unsettling thud occasionally rattled the room we were sitting in. That latter element turned out to be the unmistakable sound of an AT-AT’s metallic hoof hitting the ground. That’s right: The iconic four-legged foes, generally associated with the Hoth battle from “The Empire Strikes Back,” were turning the Endor forest to toothpicks.

Here are some details regarding the location of the game:

Hoth, Endor, Tatooine, and Sullust – among other yet-to-be-revealed Star Wars locales – and players will be able to create battles that mix and match environments, characters, and vehicles in ways you’ve never seen in the films; just as our demo unleashed AT-ATs on Endor, a player-created match could see Boba Fett collecting bounties on Hoth, or Obi-Wan disabling tractor beams on Cloud City.

The game will also come with free downloadable content based on the Battle of Jakku, which is a planet that will make an appearance in the upcoming “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”.  So, what do you think about the game? I for one am definitely going to check out the first reviews, and if they’re positive, will give it a run on my Windows PC.

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