Are you a fan of Pandemic Studios’ Star Wars Battlefront? While the game was released way back in 2004, the actual multiplayer portion of it went offline just in 2014. Well, there’s a Star Wars Battlefront 2004 update and it adds online play back in!
Alongside the multiplayer support added to this Star Wars Battlefront 2004 update, it also adds support for French, Italian, German and Spanish, and “additional audio support,” fixes for various menu and gameplay issues that surfaces based on different screen sizes.
If you’re planning on getting Star Wars Battlefront 2004, it’s on sale now on Steam and is for sale for roughly $4. This could be a good alternative to DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront 2, which is an awesome game as well.
Speaking of which, DICE has announced last week that Star Wars Battlefront 2’s latest content drop, Battle of Scarif, will be its last, though players can still expect double XP, and other events to take place in the game.
Anyone up to playing this classic Star Wars Battlefront title? If so, how’s the player base? Let us know your thoughts down below in the comments.
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