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[[File:Community-transmission.png|thumb|A Community Transmission released in February 2019 detailing some changes to Clone Trooper customization]]
 
[[File:Community-transmission.png|thumb|A Community Transmission released in February 2019 detailing some changes to Clone Trooper customization]]
   
{{Quote|Punch it!|The retired tagline of Community Transmissions, appearing at the end of each announcement}}
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{{Quote|Punch it!|The retired tagline of Community Transmissions, which appeared at the end of each announcement}}
A '''Community Transmission''', or '''CT''', was a special announcement by the development team of [[EA DICE|DICE]]'s ''[[Star Wars Battlefront II (DICE)|Star Wars Battlefront II]]'' regarding future content. Community Transmissions were used to deep dive into specific topics about the game, including content updates, patches, and behind-the-scenes information. They were posted on the official ''Star Wars Battlefront II'' forums and announced via social media.
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A '''Community Transmission''', or '''CT''', was an announcement regularly released by the development team of [[EA DICE|DICE]]'s ''[[Star Wars Battlefront II (DICE)|Star Wars Battlefront II]]'' during the first phase of ''Battlefront II''<nowiki />'s live-service model, when new content was regularly added in monthly game updates. Community Transmissions were released on a monthly basis starting in April 2018. They were used to deep dive into specific topics about the game, including updates, future content, and other behind-the-scenes information. They were posted on the official ''Star Wars Battlefront II'' forums and announced via social media. Some months featured multiple Community Transmissions, while others only one.
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On April 28th, 2020, the last Community Transmission was released, detailing the end of content updates to ''Battlefront II''. With this announcement, the second phase of the game's live-service was revealed: continued support for the game's servers, but without new content or major updates.
   
 
== List of Community Transmissions ==
 
== List of Community Transmissions ==

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A Community Transmission released in February 2019 detailing some changes to Clone Trooper customization

"Punch it!"
— The retired tagline of Community Transmissions, which appeared at the end of each announcement

A Community Transmission, or CT, was an announcement regularly released by the development team of DICE's Star Wars Battlefront II during the first phase of Battlefront II's live-service model, when new content was regularly added in monthly game updates. Community Transmissions were released on a monthly basis starting in April 2018. They were used to deep dive into specific topics about the game, including updates, future content, and other behind-the-scenes information. They were posted on the official Star Wars Battlefront II forums and announced via social media. Some months featured multiple Community Transmissions, while others only one.

On April 28th, 2020, the last Community Transmission was released, detailing the end of content updates to Battlefront II. With this announcement, the second phase of the game's live-service was revealed: continued support for the game's servers, but without new content or major updates.

List of Community Transmissions

A list of all Community Transmissions from oldest to newest, with external links to where they can be read.

2018

Night on Endor was the first update to have a Community Transmission

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Six Community Transmissions were released from October to November detailing General Grievous, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and the planet Geonosis

2019

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Community Transmissions detailed the philosophy behind the hero Anakin Skywalker and the mode Capital Supremacy

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It was through a Community Transmission that DICE revealed the addition of Clone Commandos and the return of Instant Action

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2020

The last Community Transmission was released in April 2020, marking the end of the game's live-service content support

See also

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.