While we already posted the available classes you’ll be able to play as in Star Wars Battlefront II, there’s quite a few game modes available as well. Thankfully, Battlefront II is putting a major emphasis on objective-based play, so you’ll be able to put those classes to good use.
Strike: In Strike, two teams of eight players compete in objective-based scenarios.
Starfighter Assault: Two teams of pilots take control of fighters, bombers, interceptors, and hero ships and engage in multi-stage, objective based space battles.
Heroes vs. Villains: Star Wars ‘ greatest characters pitted against one another in a four-on-four team battle. This is your chance to act out your dream duels between Star Wars ‘ most powerful heroes and villains across cinematic eras.
Arcade: Arcade is a single player (or on consoles, split-screen multiplayer) mode allowing you to take on AI enemies and hone your skills across a variety of scenarios.
Galactic Assault: Battle on a series of large team-oriented, objective-based maps. Visit iconic locations, pilot favorite vehicles, choose from among for trooper classes, call in reinforcements, and be a hero.
Obviously, Galactic Assault is the main draw here, and it should feel a wee bit familiar to Battlefield fans as well given DICE is also developing Battlefront II. Don’t forget to check out the available maps for the game at launch for both multiplayer and single-player, too.
Which game modes are you looking forward to try the most? Stay tuned for more Star Wars Battlefront II coverage here on MP1st before the game releases this November.