'Star Wars Battlefront': What Do We Know So Far; New Patch Update Available & Released

By Febe AF , Updated Jan 17, 2017 08:07 PM EST
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Following the Star Wars Battlefront Scarif DLC pack last December 6 that is said to be the last major content addition for the multiplayer suite, there were speculations that Star Wars Battlefront's servers will be shutting down.

Despite the declining players of the said game, Mat Everett, EA's community manager, confirmed that the said speculation was not true. He even hinted that "steps are being taken to combat emptiness." He also added by saying: "I will post those details as the patch is made available like we typically do."

It can be remembered that Scarif DLC pack was the last major content that has been reported to have a series of troublesome glitches. It has been said that players were complaining that the game has bugs and problems since the arrival of the DLC pack.

However, these shortcomings might be taken into consideration, as Idigital Times reported. As a matter of fact, according to ITech Post , Star Wars Battlefront will have a maintenance indicating the schedule last January 5.

Moreover, another is being scheduled this day, January 17, this has been announced on its official website. The announcement contains further details on Star Wars Battlefront's servers being offline respectively as to PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

The update shall be up to 60minutes for each platform for it to completely apply the January patch update .Until then, we shall be waiting for further feedbacks from players as to the new patch update this January so don't forget to stay tune at Gamenguide for more news and update.

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