On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, iPhone glitches, trouble at Tesla, the end of Net neutrality by Christmas, and The Drill Down’s annual Holiday Gift Guide.
The holiday season is coming up and The Drill Down would like you to be ready for it. So as we do every year around this time, we’ve prepared a list of what we consider the perfect gifts to give… and get this holiday season. So before you stand around for hours this Black Friday, spend some time with us.
A new trailer has been released for Star Wars: Battlefront II. The new trailer focuses on something the first game did not have, a single-player campaign, which follows Commander Iden Versio (played by Janina Gavankar).
With the unsettling news that EA has decided to closeDead Space developer Visceral Games, and “pivot the design” of the much-anticipated single-player Star Wars game they were working on, the hopes of many of us who aren’t content will multiplayer alone lie only with this Battlefront II campaign. If it’s not surprisingly good, we’ll all be very, very sad.
On that slightly depressing note, continue below to read more about the game and watch the trailer.
E3 2017 begins this weekend, and EA kicked things off with their own EA Play event. We knew going in that one of the big games to be featured would be Star Wars Battlefront II, and it certainly took center stage of the event.
In addition to releasing an official gameplay trailer, EA also held a live multiplayer match showcasing one of the maps. One of the highlights of the explosive clash was Darth Maul and Boba Fett tearing things up, side-by-side, for a few brief moments.
Continue below to watch the gameplay trailer and multiplayer match.
During the ongoing Star Wars Celebration convention today, the first trailer for developer DICE and publisher Electronic Arts’ first-person shooter sequel Star Wars Battlefront II was unveiled.
The first game looked and felt about as Star Wars as any fan could have hoped, a remarkable technical accomplishment. But the game as a whole, especially considering they didn’t even bother making a single-player campaign, was a bit hollow. The follow-up however, has already been confirmed to include a single-player campaign. So we can only hope that it will be much closer to DICE’s Battlefield 1, only set in a galaxy far, far away.
Continue below to check out the first trailer for Battlefront II.