Star Wars: Battlefront - Rogue One: Scarif DLC Release Date Announced

Written by Ed SW on Fri, Nov 18, 2016 5:00 PM
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Well it’s looking like it’s going to be a Star Warsy December for all this year. With the film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story set to be hitting cinemas on December 14, it looks like us gamers will have another date to set in our calendars. The new Star Wars: Battlefront DLC Rogue One: Scarif will be hitting us on the 6th of December for Season Pass holders (as well as a X-Wing VR Mission DLC to boot) while us non season pass holders will get our mitts on just the Scarif DLC two weeks later.

The DLC , as you can imagine, is inspired by the Rogue One blockbuster on the horizon and will feature:

  • Four New Maps, including the beaches of Scarif
  • Jyn Erso as a playable Hero
  • Orson Kennric as a playable hero
  • A new multi-stage game mode with space and ground combat intertwined

Exciting times for Battlefront fans, especially for the season pass holders who will effectively be getting a sneak peak of the upcoming film. If you haven’t got the season pass, you can still get one as part of the Star Wars: Battlefront ultimate Edition, so it’s worth baring in mind if you’re tanked as hell.

But here's a thought to get you going into the weekend. With all the DLC that's now come out for Star Wars: Battlefront, is it really fair that people have to of bought the season pass or each individual DLC when the original game was admittedly bare bones? Is pumping it full of DLC just a tactic to disguise this fact? Maybe an obvious one at first but does it actually stop you buying the DLCs? Let us know down below!

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07:04 Nov-20-2016

If only gameplay was good as the game looks id do it

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00:50 Nov-19-2016

Aside from the beautiful Frostbite powered graphics, the superb sound design, and authentic Star Wars vibe, this title didn't do it for me. DICE is a talented studio, no doubt. The fact is that promising games are tainted by unscrupulous publishers. The sheer lack of content in the initial release of this game is hard to overlook. Releasing this DLC a year later is hardly enough for retention.

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21:10 Nov-18-2016

I love the sounds in this game, feels like you're actually there

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00:51 Nov-19-2016

The sound design truly is something to be aplauded

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17:10 Nov-18-2016

I literally forgot that they released this game.

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