2005’s Star Wars Battlefront 2 Multiplayer Restored On GOG And Steam, Features Cross-Play
Star Wars Battlefront 2 might be over a month away from launch but, Disney has restored multiplayer functionality for 2005’s Star Wars Battlefront 2. The multiplayer support for the game has been restored for Steam and GOG and the game also supports cross-platform.
GOG announced that 2005’s Star Wars Battlefront 2 multiplayer support has been restored and the game will also support cross-play between GOG and Steam which will allow in faster matchmaking.
Star Wars: Battlefront II (Classic, 2005), the critically acclaimed shooter of massively entertaining warfare, has received a critical update. Powered by GOG Galaxy, the multiplayer function of the game has now been restored AND with added Crossplay support between GOG Galaxy and Steam.
Disney said in a statement on Steam, “Now you can draft your friends to the 501st Legion and join up to 64 other players in a heated online battle for control of the galaxy”.
The beta for the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront 2 will start soon and will feature all three Star Wars movies eras with three maps each from one era, a Skirmish mode and a selection of heroes for players to choose from.
Many gamers are still skeptical about the upcoming Star Wars title as didn’t live up to the expectations. However, developers believe that there is no reason that fans would not want to be a part of Star Wars Battlefront 2.
This is the first game that’s had all three eras. I mean, our goal is to create the essential Star Wars shooter. When you think about all the eras, when you think about the single player, space combat, classes…There’s so much depth there. I don’t see how any shooter fan or any Star Wars fan would not want to be a part of SWBFII.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 is a first-person action shooter in development at DICE and is scheduled to launch this fall for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.