Star Wars Battlefront was released on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One last year. Since then, players were required to have an internet connection to play the game. Star Wars Battlefront developer, EA Game have just announced some exciting news for console gamers.

EA has announced that by 20th July, Star Wars Battlefront players will be able to enjoy Star Wars Battlefront offline with an added functionality allowing gamers to play Co-Op Multiplayer. This will create an enjoyable experience for the players who don’t have access to the internet at all times. This feature will be named “Skirmish”. This mode will feature an option to allow the player to choose a difficulty on two modes, Fighter Squadron and Walker Assault

Some more announcements from EA include, new DLC called Death Star, EA quoted:

“Then in September, Season Pass holders will receive our third digital expansion pack, Star Wars™ Battlefront™ Death Star. More new maps – on ground and in space – new weapons and Star Cards and two new heroes including one larger-than-life character we know you’ve been patiently waiting for. Not a Season Pass holder? Don’t worry, the expansion pack is available for separate purchase.

We know you want to hear more. To get a sneak peak of the Death Star expansion pack, be sure to check out the EA Star Wars Panel livestream on Saturday, July 16 at 11 a.m. PDT during Star Wars Celebration Europe.”

EA will be having a live stream in a few days regarding the new expansion pack. Be sure to watch it.

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