STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT II: This Video Shows Us Some Of The Graphical Changes The Game Has Gone Through

STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT II: This Video Shows Us Some Of The Graphical Changes The Game Has Gone Through

STAR WARS BATTLEFRONT II: This Video Shows Us Some Of The Graphical Changes The Game Has Gone Through

DICE has made some visual changes to Star Wars Battlefront II since it was originally released, and this new video shows off just how much the game has changed in these short two years.

Star Wars fans will be able to tell you, probably before you even ask, just how disappointing the new Battlefront series was when both titles in the series were released. In an unexpected turn of events, however, developer DICE did redeem every single one of the issues that were wrong with the game; particularly with Star Wars Battlefront II.

Star Wars Battlefront II has gone a long way since it was originally released in November of 2017; going from a game chock-full of unwanted microtransactions and lootboxes, to a game that is brimming with free content for everyone to get the most out of this Star Wars video game experience.

It wasn't just a "change of heart" from the developer, and most certainly the publisher, since Star Wars Battlefront II has also been given somewhat of a facelift in the graphics department. Some of these changes are almost imperceptible, but they are quite obvious when compared side by side.

Today, YouTube channel CinematicCaptures has released a new video that shows us just how many visual changes DICE, Criterion, and Motive have made to Star Wars Battlefront II, so be sure to check it out down below and let us know what you think about these almost-imperceptible changes.

Check it out:





Live the untold Star Wars story of Iden, an elite Stormtrooper, in an original single-player story. Battle on land and in space in an expanded multiplayer experience with iconic heroes and villains, thrilling space battles, and a deep progression and customization system.

Star Wars: Battlefront II: Celebration Edition is currently available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam.
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