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Players will be able to select from one of the four classes every time the spawn into Battlefront 2 ’s 20-versus-20 multiplayer ground battles. The assault trooper is a more generic class, akin to what was available in the original game. The heavy trooper is less mobile, but brings tons of firepower including a massive rotary autolaser. There’s also the specialist, who uses longer ranged weapons with scopes. Finally, there’s the officer class, a support role that can provide healing.
Like 2015’s Battlefront, DICE developed the multiplayer portion of the sequel. The game’s multiplayer maps and characters will be taken from all three eras of Star Wars films. This time around, users will be able to play as Luke, Yoda, Darth Maul, Rey, and others. Once again, multiplayer maps will feature up to 40 players per match. Three maps have been confirmed so far: Yavin 4, Mos Eisley, and Starkiller Base.
Clone Troopers are the Galactic Republic's ground troops and they act as the Assault Class in Star Wars Battlefront II. Their faction, and class, specific Blaster Rifle is the DC-15S Blaster Carbine.
Darth Maul is a playable hero for the Separatists in Star Wars Battlefront II. He was one of the two playable villains, alongside Boba Fett, to be featured in the multiplayer gameplay debut of the game at EA Play 2017.
B1 Battle Droids also known as Battle Droids are the standard droid infantry of the Trade Federation and the CIS. They will be a playable unit in Star Wars Battlefront II, as the Assault Class.
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Kylo Ren is a playable hero for the First Order in Star Wars Battlefront II. He is the son of Han Solo and Leia, Luke's nephew and Vader's grandson.
In Battlefront 2, the lasers feel like chunky retro future weapons, replete with more recoil, rhythm, and scatter to make them feel like deadly light containers on the verge of exploding at any minute. These lasers don’t go pew-pew, they go BOOSH BOOSH. Or something. Whatever a laser and a football tackle sound like combined.
Visually, Star Wars Battlefront II is just frankly ridiculous. Despite churning out games on a yearly basis now, DICE still manages to make impressive strides forward in visual quality. It’s all once more powered by Frostbite 3, and DICE proves yet again that it’s the best in the business at portraying large-scale battles.
"I think the main thing here is to keep the community together," Fegraeus said about Battlefront II's free DLC model. "In terms of the brand, to me, when it comes to Star Wars, that's a family feeling. If you're a fan, you're a part of the family. And splitting that up and saying, 'If you have this content you can play here, but if you have this content you can play here.' And if you don't share, you will be split up. What we wanted to do was have a journey that starts at the launch of the game. So when the game launches, this journey starts with different seasons [of DLC]."