It looks like Star Wars Battlefront 2 will have a single-player campaign, something that was obviously missing from the first game. In a recent interview with Eurogamer DICE producer Paul Keslin talked about Star Wars Battlefront’s Rogue One DLC as well as the upcoming Battlefront 2.
It seems that Battlefront 2 will have a more immersive single-player mode with it is released next year:
“The other big request, of course, was for a campaign – something that’s already been locked in for Battlefront 2, and something that DICE has been making motions towards in its DLC for the first game, writes Eurogamer.
“Myself as a Star Wars fan, I want story, I want narrative, I want something I can play that immerses me in that world but gives me something to follow and chase,” says Keslin. “That’s actually what inspired us with the Death Star DLC and this – how we do add a bit of narrative to the multiplayer game? We know that players want that, we’re not able to give them a full-fledged campaign post-launch for Battlefront, but how can we scratch that itch a bit? It’s been received okay – I think some people appreciate it. We’re trying to address as many things as we can.”
DICE and EA already confirmed Battlefront 2 earlier this year and that it should be expected to come out during Fall of 2017.
I don’t know about you but actually having a real single player campaign in the Star Wars Universe is very appealing!