- This page is about the single-player and co-op modes in EA DICE's Star Wars Battlefront. For the mode in EA DICE's Star Wars Battlefront II, see Co-Op Missions or Instant Action.
Missions are a series of offline single-player and co-op modes in DICE's Star Wars Battlefront that puts the player in various Star Wars scenarios as a Rebel or Imperial trooper, hero, or vehicle. There are three types of modes in Missions: Training, Battles and Hero Battles, and Survival.
Training scenarios are designed to teach the player game mechanics seen in multiplayer modes, such as how to use the abilities of the AT-ST, fly a starfighter such as an X-Wing, or trip an AT-AT with the Rebel T-47 Airspeeder. There are a total of five Training Missions.
Battles and Hero Battles Edit
Battles is a mode that allows the player to fight against a team of AI using their unlocked Star Cards. The player can also fight against another player, both of them supported by a team of AI, via splitscreen on console or online on console and PC. Hero Battles is the same as the regular Battles mode except that players fight as Heroes instead of as troopers.
Battles and Hero Battles can be played on 4 maps, one set on each base game planet.
Survival is a singleplayer or two-player co-op experience that lets the player and up to one friend fight as stranded Rebel soldiers against increasingly difficult waves of Imperial troops and vehicles.
|Game Modes of Star Wars Battlefront|
Note: Superscripts denote game modes locked to expansion packs.