- "Fight for the galaxy...in multiplayer battles...across all eras."
- — Battlefront II reveal trailer
Star Wars Battlefront II is a first- and third-person 2017 action-shooter video game published by Electronic Arts and developed by EA DICE, Motive Studios, and Criterion Games that features content from the prequel, original, and sequel trilogy eras from the Star Wars universe. The sequel to the 2015 video game Star Wars Battlefront, Battlefront II was released worldwide on November 17, 2017 and continues to receive support by EA DICE in monthly game updates.
A new, permanent digital edition of the game, titled Star Wars Battlefront II Celebration Edition, was released on December 5, 2019. The edition instantly unlocks most customization content in the game up to and including The Rise of Skywalker Update. Normally, all customization content would have to be unlocked by earning Credits or optionally purchasing Crystals.
The sequel to EA DICE's reboot of the Star Wars: Battlefront series was announced during an earnings call by EA's CFO, Blake Jorgensen, in May 2016. The game was announced to feature content from "the new movies" with "bigger and better worlds."
In January 2017, the EA Star Wars Twitter page revealed that the sequel to Battlefront was to have more locations, heroes, eras, vehicles, and an all-new singleplayer campaign, easily amounting to more than triple the content from the original game.
Star Wars Battlefront II was officially announced at Star Wars Celebration in April 2017. The first trailer was shown at the event, giving glimpses of the Imperial-focused campaign and multiplayer battles across different eras (Clone Wars, Galactic Civil War, and First Order–Resistance war) as well as space and air battles, confirming that all three Star Wars trilogies would be playable in both ground and space.
Shortly after the reveal, Bernd Diemer, Creative Director of Battlefront II, suggested that the game may not feature a Season Pass, sighting a desire to keep the community whole. In regards to what would replace the Season Pass, Diemer stated that DICE would have "something different in mind that would allow [players] to play longer." This was later revealed to be post-launch content seasons, where all players would get access to new DLCs for free.
Mark Webster, executive producer of Battlefront II, announced on April 15, 2017, at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida, that the worldwide release of the game would be November 17, 2017, with those who pre-order getting the game three days early, and those with EA Access on November 9.
At EA Play 2017, the first multiplayer gameplay trailer for the game was unveiled, along with a livestream featuring the new mode Galactic Assault on the new planet Naboo. It was also confirmed that post-release content would be free, starting with the The Last Jedi Season. The new content, which would include heroes Finn and Captain Phasma and a new planet, was to accompany the release of the new movie The Last Jedi.
On the 5th of October, it was announced that players on PC, Xbox, and PS4 would have the chance to test out the game in Star Wars Battlefront II's official open beta. The beta was downloadable on the 6th of October and was originally intended to end on the 9th of October, but due to the large number of people participating in the beta and providing feedback, EA extended the end date to the 11th of October. In the beta, players had the opportunity to play Galactic Assault on Naboo, the new mode Strike on Takodana, as well as get a glimpse on the new Star Card system.
Loot box controversy Edit
On November 9, some players who were subscribed to EA Access began to complain about the game's progression system after being able to play the full game early. They criticized the prevalence of loot boxes in the game that was not apparent in the beta, and especially criticized how loot boxes were closely tied to multiplayer progression. Players also expressed displeasure with the absurdly high cost to unlock heroes because of the apparent length of time it would take to acquire the needed Credits. Some players interpreted these game mechanics as a ploy by EA to have players spend even more money on the base $60 game in order to skip the "grind." They voiced their frustration on social media and internet forums, such as Reddit, calling the game "pay-to-win" and equating the game's predatory loot box system to gambling. Many were concerned of the addictive nature of loot boxes and their presence in a game heavily marketed towards children.
As more posts about the game's loot box system circulated, various news outlets started covering the story, amplifying player's concerns. The strong negative reaction to the game's loot box system sparked government investigations into the mechanics behind loot boxes and the danger they posed to young children. Eventually, EA issued a statement on Reddit in defense of Battlefront II's loot boxes and high cost of heroes, but the statement became extremely controversial and only generated even more negative press about the game and the company and industry as a whole.
Eventually, EA announced in a blog post that the cost of heroes would be significantly reduced. On the eve of the game's worldwide release, EA also issued a statement saying that microtransactions would be disabled until further notice, helping to mitigate the effects of using real money to get ahead in-game. These microtransactions were eventually re-enabled several months later when the loot box system was largely removed in the Progression Update.
Star Wars Battlefront II was released worldwide on November 17, 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Origin on PC.
At launch, the game received mixed reviews, with most of the praised elements of the game being overshadowed by the loot box controversy. IGN gave it a 65/100, calling the game "beautifully detailed", but noted that its campaign felt "disjointed" and the progression system "one of the worst." Polygon scored the game a 7/10, describing the campaign feeling "rushed" but praised Janina Gavankar's portrayal of Iden Versio. Forbes gave the game 5/10, praising its gameplay, graphics, and sound design, but bemoaning the progression system.
The game received massive, widespread criticism for its loot box "pay-to-win" progression system and for certain heroes being locked behind in-game credit paywalls that took a long time to unlock. Shortly before the game launched, DICE lowered the cost of locked heroes as well as disabled the ability to purchase loot boxes with the game's microtransactions currency in an effort to mitigate the impact of loot boxes on progression.
The Last Jedi Season Edit
The first season for Battlefront II, The Last Jedi Season, began three weeks after the game's release and featured content inspired by the movie The Last Jedi. Beginning December 4 and ending January 14, the season allowed players to side with either the Resistance or First Order and complete faction-specific challenges to obtain Loot Crates with special rewards. The second week of the season saw the release of two new heroes and one new hero ship: Finn, Captain Phasma, and Tallie Lintra's RZ-2 A-Wing; three new campaign missions; as well as two new maps, Crait: Abandoned Rebel Outpost and D'Qar: Resistance Base Evacuation. No new content was released for the remainder of the season, but faction-specific challenges and special map playlists continued to appear every week until January 14.
Small content updates followed after the end of Season 1. The 1.1 Patch released on January 16, 2018 and added Abandoned Rebel Outpost, previously limited only to Galactic Assault, to the Blast map rotation. Additionally, Iden Versio's TIE/ln Fighter was added as a hero ship for the Dark Side, increasing the amount of Dark Side hero ships available in Starfighter Assault to five hero ships.
In February 2018, the 1.2 Patch added the game's first limited-time mode, Jetpack Cargo. A twist on the original Cargo mode from the first game, Jetpack Cargo has all players spawn as an Aerial unit as they try to score a point for their team by delivering Cargo to the enemy team's side.
Progression system overhaul Edit
The release of the 2.0 Patch, also known as the Progression Update, in March 2018 marked the complete removal of Loot Crates affecting multiplayer progression. The update introduced class-specific XP and Skill Points, allowing players to level up any class or hero by simply playing as that class or hero. Additionally, in the same update, the Credit requirement to unlock heroes was removed, allowing any hero to be played right away. The update also added the planet Bespin to multiplayer with the addition of the map Administrator's Palace.
In April, the Night on Endor Update brought with it the game's second limited-time mode, Ewok Hunt. Set on a slightly changed Survivors of Endor map from Battlefront, Ewok Hunt allows players to play as an Ewok as they hunt down a team of Stormtroopers trying to survive their night on Endor.
The Han Solo Season Edit
The second season, The Han Solo Season, began in May and ran until June in conjunction with the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story and included the new planet Kessel, the return of Jabba's Palace from Battlefront, the return of the mode Extraction, the new mode Hero Showdown, the new hero ship Lando and L3-37's Millennium Falcon, and new younger Appearances for Han Solo, Lando Calrissian, and Chewbacca based on how they appear in Solo. A month later in July, the new Hero Starfighters mode was added, allowing players to play as their favorite hero ship.
Clone Wars content Edit
At EA Play 2018 in July, the first set of new content based on the Clone Wars, which had been heavily requested by the community, was finally unveiled with the first roadmap, and a month later in August, DICE announced that seasons were being dropped in favor of monthly updates and introduced the first clone trooper Appearances.
In September 2018, the Squad System Update overhauled the squad system, allowing players to spawn on each other in permanent squads. The series of Clone Wars content, starting with the General Grievous Update, was released from October 2018 until September 2019 and included new heroes General Grievous, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Count Dooku, and Anakin Skywalker, the new planets Geonosis and Felucia, the new game modes Capital Supremacy and Co-op, the return of the mode Instant Action, the new TX-130 vehicle, the new Infiltrator reinforcement class, the new ARC Trooper, Commando Droid, Droideka, and Clone Commando reinforcements, and a plethora of new Appearances for the Republic clone troopers, Separatist droids, and heroes.
Future content Edit
In August 2019, DICE announced that focus was shifting towards the other eras starting in October starting with a rework to Ewok Hunt in the Another Night on Endor Update. This includes new content inspired by The Rise of Skywalker featuring new reinforcements, a new planet from the film, and the first few reinforcement Appearances.
Whlle the reinforcement appearances arrived with The Celebration Update, released at the same time as the Battlefront II Celebration Edition, content from The Rise of Skywalker will arrive with The Rise of Skywalker Update.
The campaign of Star Wars Battlefront II follows Iden Versio, commander of Inferno Squad, an elite Imperial special forces unit. Upon witnessing the destruction of the Death Star II, Versio's squad members look to her for direction.
The Arcade allows players to play against AI bots across all the maps in the game, either singleplayer or co-op, and does not require an Internet connection. Modes in Arcade include:
- Custom Arcade
- Battle Scenarios
Split-screen gameplay is only available on the console versions of the game.
Added in the Cooperation Update, Instant Action, based on the ground phase of Capital Supremacy and named after Pandemic Studios' Instant Action, is an offline singleplayer game mode set during the Clone Wars, and in a future update, the First Order–Resistance war, which allows players to battle with and against AI troopers, reinforcements, and heroes, with AI-controlled vehicles coming in a later update.
Unlike the previous game, this installment includes four playable classes: Assault, Heavy, Officer, and Specialist, each with different strengths and weaknesses. As players progress through a match, they accumulate Battle Points, which can be used to spawn as reinforcements: special units, vehicles, and even heroes.
At launch, progression was largely randomized; while blasters and blaster mods were, and still are, unlocked by accumulating kills in-game through milestones, players could collect Star Cards through Loot Crates, which were purchasable with both in-game Credits and the game's microtransactions, Crystals. Additionally, Star Cards could be crafted by choice through Crafting Parts which could be found in Loot Crates.
Due to massive backlash, however, microtransactions were disabled at launch and the progression system was entirely redesigned, with the new progression system released in the 2.0 Patch. Progression is now linear; players earn Skill Points for each class by playing as that class in-game and leveling it up, earning one Skill Point each time the class is leveled up.
Skill Points can be used to unlock and upgrade Star Cards for that class. Skill Points are also unlocked for reinforcement classes, including heroes and vehicles. Crystals can only be used to purchase cosmetic items, such as appearances, which can also be purchased with in-game credits.
Loot Crates are now only used to reward credits and cosmetics. As of the Cooperation Update, Crates only exist within skin bundles.
Two types of Star Cards exist: Boost Cards which are used to upgrade certain abilities or elements of a class or hero, and Ability Cards which are used to swap out abilities with other abilities. Only the four trooper classes have Ability Cards.
Game modes are divided among three categories: Heroes and Villains which are game modes focused on hero combat, Assault which are asymmetrical attack vs. defense game modes, and Operations which encompass all other game modes. In addition to the permanent game modes, some game modes are only available for a limited time and are on rotation with other limited-time modes, swapping out with them periodically; they can be found under Operations.
Heroes and Villains:
- Heroes vs. Villains
- Hero Showdown (added in The Han Solo Season)
- Hero Starfighters (added in the Hero Starfighters Update)
- Galactic Assault
- Capital Supremacy (added in the Capital Supremacy Update)
- Starfighter Assault
- Strike/Extraction (Extraction matchmaking merged with Strike in the Cooperation Update)
- Ewok Hunt (added in the Night on Endor Update)
- Jetpack Cargo (limited-time; added in the 1.2 Patch)
Co-Op: The Cooperation Update introduced Co-Op, a PvE co-op experience that pits teams of 2-4 real players, alongside AI bots, against an enemy team of AI bots in large-scale scenarios featuring troopers, reinforcements including special units (and in a future update, vehicles), and heroes. Co-Op was initially introduced as an Operations mode under multiplayer, but was moved to its own spot next to singleplayer and multiplayer in the Another Night on Endor Update, though it is still technically multiplayer as it requires an online connection to play with other real players.
Maps are based on planets that appear in all three cinematic eras of Star Wars: the Clone Wars, the Galactic Civil War, and the First Order–Resistance war. Nearly the full size of the maps are playable in larger game modes such as Galactic Assault while sections of the larger maps are playable in the smaller game modes such as Strike.
Some planets also feature more than one map, some of which can only be played in smaller modes. Space and high atmosphere maps are separate and can only be found in Starfighter Assault. Most maps are playable in the Arcade.
Prequel trilogy era:
- Geonosis (added in the Battle of Geonosis Update)
- Lucrehulk Battleship (space map)
Original trilogy era:
- Death Star II
- Kessel (added in The Han Solo Season)
- Yavin 4
Sequel trilogy era:
- Crait (added in The Last Jedi Season)
- D'Qar (added in The Last Jedi Season)
- Resistance Base Evacuation (space map)
- Starkiller Base
- Unknown Regions
- Resurgent Star Destroyer (space map)
There are a total of 20 playable heroes, 14 of which were available at launch. The rest have been added in post-launch updates. Heroes are either affiliated with the Light Side or the Dark Side as well as a certain era (Clone Wars, Galactic Civil War, or First Order–Resistance war).
As of the latest update:
|Luke Skywalker||Han Solo||Leia Organa||Lando Calrissian|
|Chewbacca||Yoda||Rey||Finn (The Last Jedi Season)|
|Obi-Wan Kenobi (Battle of Geonosis Update)||Anakin Skywalker (The Chosen One Update)||BB-8 (Coming in January 2020)|
|Darth Vader||Emperor Palpatine||Boba Fett||Bossk|
|Iden Versio||Darth Maul||Kylo Ren||Captain Phasma (The Last Jedi Season)|
|General Grievous (General Grievous Update)||Count Dooku (Darth Tyranus Update)||BB-9E (Coming in January 2020)|
Hero Ships Edit
As of the latest update:
|Black One||Han and Chewbacca's Millennium Falcon||Rey and Chewbacca's Millennium Falcon||Red Five|
|Yoda's Actis-class Light Interceptor||Tallie Lintra's RZ-2 A-Wing (The Last Jedi Season)||Lando and L3-37's Millennium Falcon (The Han Solo Season)|
|Scimitar||Slave I||TIE Advanced x1||TIE Silencer|
|Iden Versio's TIE/ln Fighter (1.1 Patch)|
|DC-15A (Republic Default)||E-5 (Separatist Default)||A280C (Rebel Default)||E-11 (Empire Default)|
|EL-16 (Resistance Default)||F-11D (First Order Default)|
Unlocked through milestones:
|DC-15 (Republic Default)||E-5C (Separatist Default)||RT-97C (Rebel Default)||DLT-15 (Empire Default)|
|M-45 (Resistance Default)||FWMB-10 (First Order Default)|
Unlocked through milestones:
|DC-17 (Republic Default)||RG-4D (Separatist Default)||DH-17 (Rebel Default)||RK-3 (Empire Default)|
|GLIE-44 (Resistance Default)||SE-44 (First Order Default)|
Unlocked through milestones:
|Valken-38X (Republic Default)||E-5s (Separatist Default)||DLT-20A (Rebel Default)||DLT-19X (Empire Default)|
|A180 Sniper (Resistance Default)||DLT-19D (First Order Default)|
Unlocked through milestones:
Star Cards Edit
The mechanic of Star Cards from the previous game return but is slightly different. Star Cards are now classified as either an Ability Card or Boost Card, and can be upgraded up to four times to maximize its effect. An Ability Card replaces one of the default abilities of a unit, while a Boost Card enhances the default ability.
- Thermal Detonator
- Scan Dart
|Improved Thermal Detonator||Improved Scan Dart||Smart Ion Grenade||Recharge Vanguard||Flash Pistol|
|Toughen Up||Acid Launcher||Slug Vanguard||Killstreak Vanguard|
- Impact Grenade
- Combat Shield
|Improved Impact Grenade||Improved Combat Shield||Ion Torpedo||Detonate Charge||Mobile Sentry|
|Barrage||Ion Turret||Supercharged Sentry||Explosive Sentry|
- Flash Grenade
- Battle Command
- Blaster Turret
|Improved Flash Grenade||Blast Command||Improved Blaster Turret||Homing Shot||Squad Shield|
|Disruption||Defuser||Recharge Command||Improved Battle Command|
- Shock Grenade
- Thermal Binoculars
|Improved Shock Grenade||Improved Thermal Binoculars||Scramble Infiltration||Trip Mine||Personal Shield|
|Stinger Pistol||Repulsor Cannon||Hardened Infiltration||Killstreak Infiltration|
Each of the four primary trooper classes has eight Boost Cards, but all of them are identical except for one, which is unique to each class and reveals their role on the battlefield. For example, the Heavy class has the Boost Card called Defender that no other class can equip. This Boost Card gives the Heavy extra Battle Points for taking damage, highlighting their role as a tank-unit.
Unique Boost Cards:
|Assault Training||Defender||Officer's Presence||Stealth|
Shared Boost Cards:
Aerial Vehicles for the Galactic Republic
|ARC-170 Starfighter (Fighter)||V-Wing (Interceptor)||BTL-B Y-Wing (Bomber)||LAAT Gunship (Artillery)|
Aerial Vehicles for the Separatists
|Vulture Droid (Fighter)||Droid Tri-Fighter (Interceptor)||Hyena-class bomber (Bomber)|
Aerial Vehicles for the Rebel Alliance
|T-65B X-Wing (Fighter)||RZ-1 A-Wing (Interceptor)||BTL-A4 Y-Wing (Bomber)||T-47 Airspeeder (Speeder)|
|U-Wing (Artillery; only on Yavin 4: The Great Temple)|
Aerial Vehicles for the Galactic Empire
|TIE/ln Fighter (Fighter)||TIE/IN Interceptor (Interceptor)||TIE/sa Bomber (Bomber)|
Aerial Vehicles for the Resistance
|T-70 X-Wing (Fighter)||RZ-2 A-Wing (Interceptor)|
Aerial Vehicles for the First Order
|T-70 X-Wing (Fighter)||RZ-2 A-Wing (Interceptor)|
Ground Vehicles for the Galactic Republic
|AT-RT (Armor)||BARC Speeder (Speeder) (Battle of Geonosis Update)||AT-TE (Artillery) (Battle of Geonosis Update)||TX-130|
Ground Vehicles for the Separatists
|AAT (Armor)||MTT (Artillery)||STAP (Speeder) (Battle of Geonosis Update)|
Ground Vehicles for the Rebel Alliance
|Scavenged AT-RT (Armor)||74-Z Speeder Bike (Speeder)||Stolen AT-AT (Artillery)|
Ground Vehicles for the Galactic Empire
|AT-ST (Armor)||74-Z Speeder Bike (Speeder)||AT-AT (Artillery)|
Ground Vehicles for the Resistance
|Stolen LIUV (Speeder)||V-4X-D Ski Speeder (Speeder) (The Last Jedi Season)|
Ground Vehicles for the First Order
|LIUV (Speeder)||First Order AT-ST (Armor) (The Last Jedi Season)|
Special units Edit
- Aerials are very mobile, utilizing Jump Packs to traverse the map faster than other units, and are equipped with rocket launchers to deal high damage to vehicles.
- Enforcers can withstand lots of damage while dealing high damage themselves.
- Infiltrators utilize fast and stealthy attacks to ambush enemies.
|Jet Trooper (Galactic Republic)||Rebel Rocket-Jumper (Rebel Alliance)||Resistance Rocket-Jumper (Resistance)|
|Clone Commando (Galactic Republic) (Cooperation Update)||Wookiee Warrior (Light Side)|
Infiltrators (are currently exclusive to the Clone Wars era)
|ARC Trooper (Galactic Republic) (Capital Supremacy Update)|
|B2-RP Rocket Droid (Separatists)||Imperial Jump Trooper (Galactic Empire)||First Order Rocket Trooper (First Order)|
|B2 Super Battle Droid (Separatists)||Droideka (Separatists) (Where are those Droidekas? Update)||Death Trooper (Galactic Empire)||First Order Flametrooper (First Order)|
Infiltrators (are currently exclusive to the Clone Wars era)
|Commando Droid (Separatists) (Capital Supremacy Update)|
Updates are ordered from oldest to newest.
Major Updates Edit
- The Last Jedi Season—Added The Last Jedi Season, new heroes
- Progression Update—Added overhauled Progression System
- Night on Endor Update—Added cosmetic appearances and Ewok Hunt
- Han Solo Season Update—Added The Han Solo Season
- Han Solo Season Part 2—Added part two of The Han Solo Season
- Hero Starfighters Update—Added Hero Starfighters
- Elite Corps Update—Added the first group of Clone Trooper appearances and reintroduced the ability to obtain emotes and victory poses
- Squad System Update—Revamped the game's squad system, introduced more Clone Trooper appearances, and implemented End-of-Round (EOR) matchmaking
- General Grievous Update—Added General Grievous to game
- Battle of Geonosis Update—Added Geonosis, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and multiple Clone Trooper and hero appearances
- December 2018 Update—Added a new appearance for Obi-Wan Kenobi and the new Squad system to Blast
- Darth Tyranus Update—Added Count Dooku and Geonosis to Blast, Heroes vs. Villains, and Arcade
- The Chosen One Update—Added Anakin Skywalker and overhauled Clone Trooper customization
- Capital Supremacy Update—Added Large-scale game mode Capital Supremacy and overhauled Lightsaber combat
- Giants Above Kachirho Update—Added map Kashyyyk: Kachirho Beach to Capital Supremacy
- Siege of Kamino Update—Added map Kamino: Cloning Facility to Capital Supremacy
- Where are those Droidekas? Update—Added map Naboo: Theed to Capital Supremacy and Droideka
- Roger Roger Update—Added new droid appearances and contextual spawning system to Capital Supremacy
- Cooperation Update—Added new map Felucia: Tagata, new game modes Co-Op and Instant Action, and Clone Commando
- Another Night on Endor Update—Reworked Ewok Hunt, added Co-Op defend scenarios and faction selection, and Felucia: Tagata to Heroes vs. Villains
- The Celebration Update—Added new Clone Wars reinforcement appearances and UI options
- The Rise of Skywalker Update—Will add new reinforcements, map Ajan Kloss and appearances from The Rise of Skywalker and expands Co-Op to the Sequel era (Upcoming content)
- Unnamed January 2020 update—Will add Sequel era maps to Instant Action and Capital Supremacy, and new heroes BB-8 and BB-9E (Upcoming content)
Minor Updates Edit
- 0.2 Patch
- 1.03 Patch
- 1.1 Patch
- 1.2 Patch
- 2.01 Patch
- August Patch
- Darth Tyranus Hotfix
- The Chosen One Hotfix
- Capital Supremacy Hotfix
- Giants Above Kachirho Patch
- June 11th Patch
- July 2019 Update
- August 2019 Patch
- October 2019 Patch
- October 30th Patch
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- ↑ Star Wars Battlefront II: Full Length Reveal Trailer on YouTube
- ↑ Comment by user F8RGE on Reddit. "No plans for it to go away." (Image) (Source)
- ↑ Comment by user F8RGE on Reddit. "Nope. It's digital only." (Source)
- ↑ Community Transmission - Celebration Edition & The Rise of Skywalker on the Star Wars Battlefront Forums
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Star Wars Battlefront 2 Confirmed, Features Content From "The New Movies" on Gamespot.com
- ↑ Star Wars Battlefront 2's Microtransactions Are A Real Problem; Here's What $100 Does To Progression on GameSpot
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 EA Cuts Star Wars Battlefront II Hero Costs After Widespread Anger on Kotaku
- ↑ Seriously? I paid 80$ to have Vader locked? on Reddit
- ↑ 'How a Star Wars video game faced charges that it was promoting gambling' from The Washington Post
- ↑ 'Battlefront II' under investigation in Belgium over loot crates on Engadget
- ↑ EA Defense Of Star Wars Battlefront II Becomes Most Downvoted Reddit Comment Ever on Kotaku
- ↑ CHANGE WILL BE A CONSTANT IN STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT II on the official Star Wars Battlefront II website
- ↑ AN UPDATE ON STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT II on the official Star Wars Battlefront II website
- ↑ Star Wars Battlefront II on Metacritic
- ↑ Star Wars Battlefront 2 Review on IGN
- ↑ Star Wars Battlefront 2 review on Polygon
- ↑ 'Star Wars Battlefront 2' Review: The Empire Screws Up on Forbes
- ↑ Star Wars Battlefront 2 review on EuroGamer
- ↑ Unlocking Heroes In Star Wars Battlefront II Could Take A Long Time on Kotaku
- ↑ EA Temporarily Removes Microtransactions From Star Wars Battlefront II on Kotaku
- ↑ 21.0 21.1 Community Transmission - Celebration Edition & The Rise of Skywalker
- ↑ 22.0 22.1 Tweet by Manuel S. Llanes (@aeonstream). "Soon TM" (Image) (Source)
| Battlefront Series |
|Main Series||Star Wars: Battlefront (2004) • Star Wars: Battlefront II • Star Wars Battlefront (2015) (Expansion Packs include: Outer Rim, Bespin, Death Star, Rogue One: Scarif) • Star Wars Battlefront II (2017)|
|Spin-Offs||Renegade Squadron • Elite Squadron • Mobile Squadrons|
|Other||Star Wars: Battlefront III • Battlefront: Twilight Company • Star Wars Battlefront Companion