An incredibly short seven second teaser for the upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront II video game has been released. The Electronic Arts (EA) video game has been the center of some exciting news this past week with the announcement of a new multiplayer battle from the prequel trilogy called Assault on Theed, which is the capital of the planet Naboo, and some leaked images making rounds on the internet. Now Star Wars fans have more exciting details coming their way with a new full-length trailer set to release tomorrow.
After the first trailer for Battlefront II was revealed at the Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida this past April, it confirmed a lot of information about the new game including the addition of a single-player campaign mode, content from all three eras of the Star Wars world and playable characters like Luke Skywalker and Kylo Ren. The first trailer received a lot of hype from fans for revealing the interesting story arc of character Iden Versio, a member of the Empire’s elite trooper team Inferno Squadron, who fans will be playing during the campaign-mode of the game.
Now, it looks like we will be getting another exciting trailer for Battlefront II according to PlayStation’s official Twitter account, which revealed a super-short seven second teaser for the new trailer dropping tomorrow during the EA Play 2017 event that will surely make fans go: “Roger, roger.” Take a look at the teaser trailer:
Tune in tomorrow to see the full new trailer for Star Wars Battlefront II. pic.twitter.com/o6AJZkv6HQ— PlayStation (@PlayStation) June 9, 2017
That’s a lot of droids who look like they’re gearing up for battle, which is exciting because it means we will be getting a bunch of content from the Star Wars prequels like Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, and possibly the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars since they both heavily feature the sometimes-lovable evil battle droids normally seen serving the dark side.
Battlefront II will be released in November and will take place in the 30 years between the destruction of Death Star II and through the rise of the First Order, which bridges the gap between The Return of the Jedi and Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Mentioned above, the game will also feature a single-player campaign that follows Iden Versio, the leader of Inferno Squad, an elite special forces unit of the Galactic Empire, as she tries to avenge her fallen emperor. DICE, EA Motive and Criterion all worked together to create Battlefront II.
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