One of the most anticipated shooters of 2015, DICE's Star Wars: Battlefront, will not feature the traditional single player campaign mode of the Battlefield franchise. Instead, Battlefront will have a variety of short missions that can be played alone or in co-op with friends. This is reported by the Gamespot edition.
“Our game is primarily a multiplayer game,” said co-creator Patrick Bach. “The first Star Wars: Battlefront game was also multiplayer. This is the game we wanted to make to recreate the battles from the original trilogy. "
DICE did not provide any descriptions of the actual co-op missions that will be in Star Wars: Battlefront. But in the first trailer of the game, it was demonstrated that users will be able to fight in such well-known Star Wars locations as Hot, Endor and others.
The creators of the game also announced their decision to opt out of the Battlelog service, which is known to all fans of the Battlefield series.
As a reminder, Star Wars: Battlefront is coming to flagship consoles XboxOne, PlayStation 4 and PC on November 17, 2015, with additional features coming to E3 in June.
The Topic of Article: There will be no single player campaign in the Star Wars: Battlefront shooter.