The upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront is set to be one of the biggest releases of 2015, not only because it's a Star Wars game, but because of what we have witnessed when it was shown at this year's E3 event.
Now, with some time still left for the game to be officially released, it seems like Battlefront is tricking some useful details, thanks to fans and keen-eyed data miners. And, as far as the latest in that regard is concerned, we have landed upon details related to the game's graphics settings and customisation options.
The leak for the game, obtained via a series of images, has shown an adjustable FOV slider alongside a Resolution Scale. If the leak is to be believed, players can expect tweakable Post Process Quality, Terrain Quality, Ambient Occlusion and Mesh Quality.
Apart from this, it also seems like Battlefront will arrive with as many as three different colourblind profiles that will aid players who have problem identifying colours and suffer from that syndrome. All these leaks for the game have been handed down by players in the Alpha stage, even though DICE has strictly spoken out against that.
Star Wars: Battlefront is currently set to launch on Xbox One, PS4 and PC on 17 November, 2015.
Stay tuned for more updates!