Star Wars: Battlefront II was released in 2017 thanks to Electronic Arts. It contains a full-fledged single-player campaign with all the necessary attributes: cut scenes, cutscenes on the engine and a good storyline.
Release Name: Star Wars: Battlefront II Release Date: 2017 Version: Full Game File: Torrent Platform: Microsoft Windows (PC)
Developer(s): DICE Publisher(s): Electronic Arts Genre(s):Action
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Star Wars: Battlefront II review
In sixteen linear missions, the player takes on the role of an ordinary soldier of the 501st division of the Clone Army, which gradually moves across the galaxy and performs the tasks of the Reich Chancellor, first as the troops of the Republic, then in the helmets of the elite units of the Empire. The ability to freely switch between first and third person views has been preserved. For the Jedi, the camera is fixed behind the player's back, as in the Jedi Knight series. Players are not given complete freedom of movement, they must complete tasks that change very quickly during the mission: take this position, defend the base for three minutes, climb into a tank and clear the enemy's fortress, and the like.
The plot of the campaign, especially at the beginning, adheres firmly to the script of the films. The player will eventually visit locations from all six episodes of the film franchise, and even those mentioned only in passing or appearing in the background, for example: Utapau, Mustafar, Hot and Endor. Unfortunately, many maps are remakes from the first Battlefront, although they are not direct copies. For example, the ice base Echo Base on planet Hot looks the same from the outside, but if you study it carefully, you can find a whole complex of tunnels behind the rebel base, leading to a new space.
New to the battlefield in Star Wars: Battlefront 2 are the Jedi, positioned as "heroes." In addition to the Jedi Masters, there are also characters like Han Solo and Leia, who, as Star Wars fans know, are not Jedi. They can be disabled in the server settings, but in practice they are found in every second online game. These are characters that become available to the player from each team (usually to the one with more frags, but the parameters can be changed in the settings). Jedi can withstand much more damage than regular soldiers, and can not only block other people's missiles with a lightsaber, but also kill in one hit. As soon as the hero dies, his owner becomes a private again, and the privilege of becoming a Jedi is granted to another active shooter.