"Star Wars Battlefront II" Is Getting A Four-Player Mode
Electronic Arts and EA DICE are not done with Star Wars Battlefront II just yet, as a new update will be adding four-player co-op to the game. The company released details of a new update on the way, which will add new units to the game as well as the planet Felucia. But the big update for the game is having four players on the same team as a group instead of random pairings online. Check out the new trailer below as well as some additional details on the co-op additions.
Long-time Star Wars Battlefront fans will remember the Instant Action mode fondly. So, we believe it's about time to introduce it in Star Wars Battlefront II. With this update, Instant Action enables you to jump into offline, large-scale combat against AI foes in scuffles to control a majority of the command posts across the map (similar to how the ground phase in Capital Supremacy works).
In Co-Op, on the other hand, you'll squad up with three other players to contest objectives while taking on the AI enemies together. Both modes launch on Clone Wars era locations with AI controlled troopers, reinforcements, and heroes. Hone your skills, have fun with your friends, or just lean back and enjoy larger-than-life Star Wars battles without the fierce competition from human players.
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