It seems like we have been reporting on Star Wars Battlefront II more now than we did when the game first debuted. Today’s news comes straight from EA, where the company has provided a roadmap for the game over the next couple of months.

Star Wars Battlefront II in January:

January sees the first appearance of Count Dooku in the game. From the roadmap’s list, we will get him with an additional appearance (skin). We will also be getting a new look for Clone Troopers in January as well, in the form of the Coruscant Guard (skins).

Star Wars Battlefront II in February:

February is going to be an even bigger month for the game! In this month we get the addition of Anakin Skywalker along with a secondary appearance (skin). Clone Troopers aren’t left out either, with the addition of the 501st appearance (skins).

February also sees the release of a new game mode featuring capture points and capital ships. A little bit later in the month you can fight through the Venator-class Destroyer of the Galactic Republic and the Separatist Dreadnaught as part of our new game mode, featuring capture points and capital ship takedowns.

If you haven’t been playing this game, or were turned off about the controversy surrounding the release of the game, then now is the time to make a return, and enjoy one of the best Star Wars gaming experiences around!

Now if we could only get confirmation on Ahsoka…

About Star Wars Battlefront 2:

Star Wars Battlefront focuses on the fast frenetic battles that you love in the star wars saga. Fight dozens of troopers alongside memorable heroes like Darth Vader each with unique skills and attributes. Chances are you’ve already played the first one and Battlefront 2 promises to deliver where it fell short. You want a story mode? You want clone troopers? You want deeper gameplay? The team at DICE seems to be trying to please the fans with this one (unless you wanted those fun 32v32 battles from the originals).


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