There are new details about the upcoming DLC for Star Wars Battlefront

Star Wars Battlefront came with many problems, but probably one of the biggest are those related to lack of content.

Star Wars Battlefront new DLC to want to rectify these problems.

The game launched at Star Wars The Force awakens tomorrow will get a free update that will contain new content very much. That means new costumes, appearances and new sites daily challenge.

We have provided the imminent appearance of a DLC, and now we have the chance to see more details about what might Included.

According Sigurlina Ingvarsdottir, Senior Producer of the game, Star Wars Battlefront will also share a Season Pass special that will give players access to new maps paying the Outer Rim, Cloud City of Bespin in and even the Death Star. They will start to reach players in March of goals, the map on the Death Star being planned even somewhere in the fall.
It seems that only partially lesson learned Dice’s Battlefield 4. Star Wars Battlefront you came out poorer than his cousin of modern reality, that does not make him a hit instantly. It seems that the Swedish studio will be subject to the same treatment Star Wars game remaining to improve on throughout 2016.

As would be expected, the new update will swing much better multiplayer and introduce an element present exclusively in MMOs: Daily Challenges. The developers will implement events dedicated to the community and allowing players to create private sessions.

A sharp eye will notice that tend to gradually turn Dice Wars Battlefront Star in a MMO, infuzându it with obvious elements taken from this genre. It remains to be seen what would be the reaction of the fans connected to this new direction, but it is very possible that they do not realize this until it’s too late.

The next update will come in February and will add a new mission on Hoth, a new multiplayer map and expand the opportunity to play on all maps Turning Point mode only allowing Walker Assault and Supremacy.

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