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Since Star Wars Battlefront's latest bit of DLC brought us two new heroes: Greedo and Nien Nunb, three new maps, a new mode, and Hutt contracts, we haven't heard much about the EA's DLC plans for the game.
In January, the game publisher outlined what we could expect for the game (as far as free content goes) up until March, with extra details on what Season Pass holders could look forward to.
A new rundown on the 'near' future of Battlefront has outlined what support we can expect for the game this Spring. According to the publisher, there will be a bit a of free content heading to Battlefront players in the form of in-game events, Hutt contracts, "surprises" and a special Star Wars Day event on May 4th.
As per EA's description:
- New In-Game Events – more double score weekends, community missions and Special Login Events are coming for players to earn more experience, credits and items.
- New Hutt Contracts – Unlock powerful Star Cards like the Berserker Trait, Bacta Bomb and Ion Neutralizer.
- More New Content – We also have a couple of surprises in store that we know our fans have been looking for, especially those who have been clamoring for ways to have more options to enjoy Star WarsBattlefront offline. More to come soon.
- Specific for May the 4th – In celebration of Star Wars Day we have cool activities planned that we’ll announce soon.
In addition to that, EA has confirmed that there will be a total of eight heroes made available through the Season Pass, including Nien Nunb and Greedo (which leaves us six heroes to look forward to). From here on out, two new hereos will be made available per paid DLC.
In June, Battlefront players can look forward to the Bespin DLC that will bring four new maps for the "most popular" game modes, detailing that "You’ll see AT-ATs in Cloud City, take to the skies in Fighter Squadron, and even spend time in a carbonite chamber." The Bespin DLC will also include more blasters, Star Cards, a new game mode and two new heroes: Lando Calrissian and Dengar.
Back in 2002 the Swedish developer DICE shocked the world with Battlefield 1942, now it looks like it's time again to revisit World War II in Battlefield 1944.
Rumor has it that DICE is working on the next Battlefield game and apparently it will be set in WWII once again. This isn't the first time that a rumor about the next Battlefield game either being set in or including World War gameplay has gotten out. In March the supposed DLC plans for Battlefield 5 came out showing that the game would include such settings. And a Swiss retailer has listed Battlefield 5 as a WWI shooter.
This time the rumor has it that a full new Battlefield game will take place in WWII, Battlefield 1944. A leaked picture online shows the release window, what maps will be in it, and when the beta starts. The game itself is scheduled for release in March 2017, less than a year away from now. Those who pre-order will get the "Nostalgia Map-Pack" which will include Back To El Alamein and more fan favorites, and a special skin for the M1 Carbine.
The early beta of Battlefield 1944 is set to begin as soon as this November.
But remember, this is still just a rumor. DICE has not said anything about this and they will have an official announcement on May 6 about Battlefield 5. This remains a rumor until DICE has officially announced a new WWII Battlefield.
Update: The Battlefield website has been updated with event details. On May 6th at 4PM ET, DICE will reveal the first look at Battlefield 5.
There have been plenty of rumors about Call of Duty's upcoming game and not enough rumors about Battlefield 5. Earlier this year we saw rumors suggesting that the DICE developed and EA published game would be heading to the World War I battlefield, however, other rumors suggested otherwise.
It appears as though emails have gone out, inviting livestreamers and journalists to the world premiere of Battlefield 5 in Berlin.
Lets go! The hype is real pic.twitter.com/ZAciR8hRDV
— mashed8 (@mashed8DE) April 28, 2016
According to the invitations, DICE and EA are planning a number of livestreams on Twitch, as well as revealing the game's official trailer.
You can expect more details on Battlefront 5, like its official title, on May 6th, 2016.
Towards Fall of last year it was revealed that DICE's upcoming game, Mirror's Edge Catalyst, would require more time to release. The original release date of February 23, 2016 was simply too soon for the developers to be able to meet their 'ambitious visions,' so the game was delayed to May 24, 2016.
Once again, Mirror's Edge Catalyst has been delayed, this time due to 'Social Play' features that DICE would like to implement in the game. DICE's design director Erik Odeldahl took to the game's official site to detail the reason behind the delay:
Taking on Dashes designed by DICE, creating your own Time Trials, climbing the Leaderboards, and connecting with your Runner friends are some of the Social Play features we’re really excited about – and something we want to play flawlessly.
To support the Social Play features, we are using a brand new online technology. We also want to make sure we have the opportunity and time to address player feedback from the Closed Beta.
Mirror's Edge Catalyst is set to release on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on June 7th in North America and June 9th in Europe.