'Star Wars: Battlefront' Latest News & Update: ‘Rogue One: Scarif’ DLC, VR Compatibility the Ace of EA DICE Title? More Gameplay Details
"Star Wars: Battlefront" surely has brought out the big guns for the gamers recently, namely the quadruple points for the weekend. More importantly, the nearing December downloadable content update is almost out, making the fans crave for more excitement ultimately.
Fans of "Star Wars: Battlefront" may have already heard of-and are apparently waiting for the Rogue One: Scarif, slated to launch in a few weeks. As the title has already been around for over a year now, it may be the perfect time for EA DICE to launch the supposed final content update.
According to recent reports, the "Star Wars: Battlefront" downloadable content will bring about four new maps in which one of them is guaranteed to be in planet Scarif. It was said that there will be an AT-ACT within it, as well as new heroes respectively. These include the Orson Krennic and Jyn Erso along with a multi-stage mode that permits ground and space combat alike.
Apart from the said addition to "Star Wars: Battlefront," it was also divulged recently that the title can officially be played via the PlayStation VR. This is said to be quite the offering, especially as the game is a shooter that can authentically be enhanced by the VR headset. It is speculated upon that due to this feature, the revenue of the title and the PlayStation VR could ultimately go way up, though it is still a mere estimate. This can be justified by those who had their hands on the VR demo, claiming that they might purchase the said hardware simply for the experience acquired.
That being said, "Star Wars: Battlefront" and its last downloadable content could be the next best thing to befall the series. The VR experience will be available come December 6, free for those who already own the base game. Stay locked for more gaming news and updates here at GamenGuide.