In the multiplayer mode of “Star Wars Battlefront 2”, DICE relies on dedicated servers. This was confirmed by Design Director Dennis Brännvall. In addition, see through that Walt Williams is involved in the creation of the narrative.
Dennis Brännvall, Associate Design Director at DICE, has announced that the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront 2 shooter will have dedicated servers, saying, “We will have dedicated servers, as always.” A vulnerable peer-to You should not worry about it, but it is unclear whether there will be a server browser, as Dennis Brännvall did not reveal.
A lot of information about the multiplayer part of “Star Wars Battlefront 2” was already revealed last week. This offers for up to 40 players the opportunity to experience many well-known opera houses from all three epochs: the prequel, the original and the new trilogy. In addition, you will travel to the sites like the virgin forests of Yavin 4. The same applies to the spaceport of Mos Eisley and the Starkiller base. Various land and air vehicles are at your disposal. A system of progress for all heroes, villains, troopers and star-hunters ensures long-term motivation.
Spec Ops: The line author with it
“Star Wars Battlefront 2” also offers a classic campaign that spends time in the 30 years between the destruction of the second death star and the rise of the First Order. The campaign focuses on Iden Versio – the leader of the Inferno squad of an Imperial special unit. In the course of the campaign, you will meet other well-known Star Wars heroes and villains, including Luke Skywalker and Kylo Ren.
Meanwhile see through that the Co-Writer Walt Williams for the story in “Star Wars Battlefront 2” jointly responsible is. Previously, he was working on the plot of “Spec Ops: The Line.” The shooter was able to convince several years ago thanks to its anti-war story. “Star Wars Battlefront 2” will be released on November 17, 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, as well as the new work of DICE.
After the start of the game, you may be able to experience the shooter in virtual reality. Alex Mole, Tech Director at Criterion Games, said in a tweet. On Twitter, the man said, “Our last release was the VR mission for Star Wars Battlefront. Next is something fantastic for Star Wars Battlefront 2.”
Within the series, VR support would not be new. Already in the first part was the quite short “Star Wars Battlefront – Rogue One: X-Wing VR Mission”. Possibly, the makers plan a similar VR experience.
— Alex Mole (@TheRealMolen) April 14, 2017