Epic Games Store’s weekly free game, EA’s blockbuster Star Wars Battlefront II, is now available. The deadline is January 21 (1 am on January 22, Japan time).
“Star Wars Battlefront II” is the second installment of the new Star Wars Battlefront, which is a reboot of the PS2 era series of the same name. The high reproducibility of the Star Wars world and the sense of scale that handles large-scale battles where various weapons are mixed while being a first-person action are popular works.
Currently being distributed for free at the Epic Games Store is the Celebration Edition, which includes additional content for the movie “Star Wars: The Dawn of Skywalker” and customized items until December 20, 2019. The regular price is 4200 yen at the Epic Games Store.
One of the features of SW Battlefront II is that it reviews the deficiencies of the single-play campaign that was unpopular in the first game of 2015, and prepares the part of the Star Wars action game for one person with a story. The single campaign is a gorgeous content that makes use of the setting of the times and also features the main characters of the series such as Luke Skywalker.
The main character is Aiden Versio, a female soldier who leads the Imperial Special Forces Inferno Squad. A genuine soldier who has an admiral as his father and has believed in the justice of the empire that brings order to the galaxy begins by witnessing the explosion of the empire’s symbol Death Star II in the Battle of Endor.
In addition to the large-scale battle mode that is the signboard of the Battlefront series, you can play single or cooperative play, and since many additional contents have been added since its release, it is still more than enough even though it is a “game three years ago”. You can enjoy it.
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