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Instead of a story driven campaign filled with linear levels and scripted events, Star Wars Battlefront is set to provide players with a set of cinematic Missions that can be played solo or cooperatively. These Missions will vary in set-up but they will aim to recreate the intense action of multiplayer battles. In the first Mission reveal, get a glimpse at a Tatooine-based horde mode.


Developer Dice have stated that these missions are being designed for replayability, and on PlayStation 4 will also be available to play in split-screen. The number of available Missions has yet to be announced.




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