Many players have gone back to the original game to get their fix and now, 12 years since its release, Star Wars Battlefront II has gotten a new update.
Disney (or someone associated with Disney) has once again patched the PC version of 2005's Star Wars: Battlefront II, following the restoration of its multiplayer services past year.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 mods have started to appear recently, so EA clarified its stance on how it plans to tackle the issue in the months ahead. Minor bug fixes, optimized performance, improved lobby functionality, more accurate ping calculations, and more can be found in the update.
Wedbush Securities reiterated its outperform rating for Electronic Arts shares, citing the company's strong game pipeline for the next fiscal year.
Steam usernames should now display correctly. Darth Vader in white probably doesn't make sense, versus in black.
The chances of us ever seeing an old school Star Wars space sim again are distressingly low, but at least we have this opportunity to sit back and dream of what might have been. The mod, of course, is a play on previous comments made by EA CFO Blake Jorgensen that suggested "you probably don't want Darth Vader in pink" when asked why the 2017 game doesn't feature any character skins in its expansive loot crate system. "No offense to pink, but I don't think that's right in the canon", he said.
The new " Star Wars Battlefront II" is now available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
While it might be nice to imagine a lone hero still working on Star Wars Battlefront 2 after all these years, the truth of the matter is that Disney and Lucasfilms still have internal teams that help manage Star Wars-related partnerships, including Battlefront 2.