Grab Star Wars Battlefront DLC Season Pass For Free Ahead Of The Release Of Its Sequel

By   /   Sep 13, 2017
Star Wars Battlefront DLC Season Pass

Star Wars Battlefront 2 is just 2 months away from release and EA is trying to promote it giving away the Star Wars Battlefront DLC Season Pass for free. As stated by EA the new title will feature no Season Pass and all of its DLC’s will be given out free for the players who own the game. This seems like a cool gesture from the company and it seems even more “kind” now that the DLC of the previous Star Wars Battlefront are free as well.

The Star Wars Battlefront DLC Season Pass is currently free on PC , Xbox One and Playstation 4. For the Microsoft console you have to own an Xbox Live Gold membership to obtain the Season Pass, though it seems that for the Playstation 4 there’s no such requirement. For its PC version this deal is available through EA’s platform, Origin.

The Star Wars Battlefront DLC Season Pass contains:

  • Star Wars Battlefront Outer Rim DLC
  • Star Wars Battlefront Bespin DLC
  • Star Wars Battlefront Death Star DLC
  • Star Wars Battlefront Rogue One: Scarif DLC

All DLC’s contain 16 overall new maps, 4 modes, 8 heroes and villains to fight with and against and many other things like emotes and vehicles for you to use ingame.

Outer Rim is set on Tatooine and has themed fights in Jabba the Hutt’s palace while Bespin lets you join smuggler Lando Calrissian and Bounty Hunter Dengar in the cloud city of Bespin. Rogue One: Scarif will let you explore the jungles and beaches of the famous Scarif planet, shown in the Rogue One movie. As for Death Star you can jump into some of the most iconic locations in the first Star Wars movies like the title states.

The Star Wars Battlefront 2 beta will be available on the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 6 and will run until October 9. If you’ve pre-ordered the game, you’ll be able to start playing it on October 4.

Star Wars Battlefront 2 has its official release date on November 17.

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