If you’ve been holding your breath waiting for confirmation that the highly anticipated Star Wars game Star Wars: Battlefront would include a single-player campaign in addition to the multiplayer mode we’ve already seen in action, you can exhale now. Not because a single-player campaign has been confirmed, but because if you do not exhale and continue to hold your breath waiting, you will die.
But why would DICE, the makers of the Battlefield games, not include a campaign for you to enjoy when you don’t feel like dealing with other players, even if it were the shorter six to eight-hour or so campaigns they usually offer? Because this is also published by Electronic Arts, and they have “data” that says you don’t play those silly single-player campaigns.
EA COO Peter Moore did an interview recently talking about many things, including the multiplayer-only Battlefront. See what he had to say below.
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