Star Wars Battlefront Will Be Teen Rated, According to EA

By   /   Jul 6, 2015
Star Wars Battlefront

According to the official EA Star Wars page on Facebook, the awaited Star Wars Battlefront will be rated T for Teen.

The official page revealed the news in reply to a fan question on the popular social networking website. According to ESRB, Teen rated “content is generally suitable for ages 13 and up. May contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling and/or infrequent use of strong language.”

This means that everyone will be able to enjoy what the new Star Wars game has to offer.

Star Wars Battlefront will release with a high focus on multiplayer modes, but EA and DICE have also added a single-player mode in the game.

Single-player side of things haven’t been discussed much, but the Level Artist of Star Wars Battlefront at DICE, Daniel Cambrand, says that Star Wars Battlefront single-player mode will have high replay value.

He explained:

Personally I have found the replay value to be very high. We have had an internal competition at the office where we battled over a case of beer, who would get the best time on the Tatooine Mission that was shown on E3, and we have been playing that Mission over and over and over.

It is really fun, changing your tactics slightly every time and trying new ways, especially when you start to compare round time with your friends and colleagues.

You can read more on the topic here.

Star Wars Battlefront comes out later this year on November 17 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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