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Star Wars Battlefront Multiplayer Game Modes We Know So Far

Posted on September 13, 2015 by Tyler Nienburg

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As we edge closer and closer to the launch of Star Wars Battlefront we keep finding out new game modes that will be coming to the Multiplayer. Also there is the the recently announced Beta scheduled for October, fans all over are hyped to play this game. Here are the Multiplayer Game Modes we know so far:

From large-scale 40-player battles to smaller modes for 8 players, Star Wars™ Battlefront™ has a variety of action-packed multiplayer modes


Fighter Squadron

Take to the skies and dogfight in some of the most memorableStar Wars vehicles including X-wings, TIE fighters, the Millennium Falcon and more.




Rebels and Imperials fight for control of five key points in this intense 40-player clash that takes place on some of the largest maps in Star Wars Battlefront. Take advantage of both ground and air vehicles in order to secure victory for your team.



Walker Assault

Fight in epic 40-player battles as a Rebel to destroy the Empire’s onslaught of AT-AT’s by calling in Y-wing bombers. Or, side with the Empire and protect your Walkers while utilizing their mighty weaponry to crush the Rebel objective.




A classic Team Deathmatch mode with a Star Wars Battlefront twist. Fast-paced and packed with chaotic fun, Blast pits 10 Rebels against 10 Imperials in a fight to the finish.



Drop Zone

Keep an eye on the sky! Escape pods are crashing down onto the planetary surfaces and your team must fight for control over them. Drop Zone provides frantic 8v8 matches that will put your combat and strategic skills to the test.

“Apart from making these decisions, there are other ways to master Drop Zone. For instance, using the Droids™ and Turrets in your arsenal can be an excellent strategic move. Since it’s somewhat hard to predict which areas you’ll be defending, makeshift defenses like these are great to deploy. Throw down a turret and give your partner a shout that you’ve got this section covered, or deploy a Viper Droid that outlines where enemies are coming from.”



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