Star Wars Battlefront 2 Datamining Heist Reveals Additional Content including Grievous Ship and Jabba’s Palace
After previous data mining scandals revealed upcoming Star Wars Battlefront 2 content, there has been another heist into the servers of EA and it has revealed some very interesting details about the upcoming features of Star Wars Battlefront 2.
The dataminer has wished to remain anonymous this time and thus decided to spread his findings using the BattleFrontUpdates channel on YouTube. A teaser was released on the evening of December 3 on the Twitter of BattleFrontUpdates followed by a video which details all of the new content that has been uncovered as a result of this effort.
Big data-mining video coming in a bit, a dataminer who wishes to remain anonymous provided me with a lot of interesting details found in the files ranging from Extraction to a Riot Baton!
— BattlefrontUpdates (@SWBFUpdates) December 3, 2017
Among the new data that has been revealed, there are new themes of old maps which may or may not make into the game at some point in the future, such as a Sandstorm Version of a few maps. Another thing revealed is that the stats of the game are now handled server side which renders damage hacks useless, which plagued the previous iterations of the game.
There also seems to be an indication of player stats page making their way inside the game, which has been widely requested by numerous players. Along with this, there seems to be a Riot Baton Weapon along with a functional image of a model of the weapon.
Lastly, there seem to be remnants of some maps whose development was abandoned including the Grievous Observation Deck and the Jabba’s Palace map from the first iteration of the game. This could be a feature that they add in the future as it was a very well loved map.
The dataminer also found Extraction which was a very popular game mode in the previous game. You can actually force your way into playing it through the split screen if you are tech savvy. New data is constantly being discovered by dataminers and be sure to keep an eye out for any further updates that they find.