The wait is finally over as the much-expected Star Wars Battlefront next-gen version has got an official release date. The fantasy game will seed during fall 2017.
Folks at Electronic Arts (EA) are currently engrossed on giving final touches to the game. The next Star Wars Battlefront iteration is confirmed to be an advanced variant of the current-gen Star Wars Battlefront that was released during November 2015.
"We're working very hard on making sure that is an extremely deep and engaging offering," stated Blake Jorgensen, who is the CFO of Electronic Arts, to Polygon.
"We'll most likely have one Star Wars title a year for the next three to four years," added Jorgensen. USP of the yet-to-be-released version of Star Wars Battlefront (advanced version) would be its next-gen in-game atmosphere and environment, as hinted by EA earlier. Therefore, gamers can check for these aspects once the game is officially released next Fall.
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