Star Wars Battlefront II – Game

About Star Wars Battlefront II – Game

Star Wars Battlefront II System Requirements


  • CPU: AMD FX-6350 or Intel Core i5 6600K.
  • CPU SPEED: Info
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.
  • VIDEO CARD: AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2GB

Star Wars Battlefront II System Requirements


  • CPU: AMD FX 8350 Wraith or Intel Core i7 6700 or equivalent
  • CPU SPEED: Info
  • RAM: 16 GB
  • OS: 64-bit Windows 10 or later
  • VIDEO CARD: AMD Radeon RX 480 4GB or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB

Star Wars Battlefront II Game Details

Star Wars Battlefront II¬†is an¬†action¬†shooter¬†video game¬†based on the¬†Star Wars¬†franchise. It is the fourth main installment of the¬†Star Wars: Battlefront¬†series, and a sequel to the¬†2015 reboot of the series. It was developed by¬†DICE, in collaboration with¬†Criterion Games¬†and¬†Motive Studios, and published by¬†Electronic Arts. The game was released worldwide on November 17, 2017, for the¬†PlayStation 4,¬†Windows, and¬†Xbox One. The game features both single-player and multiplayer modes, and overall includes more content than its predecessor. The single-player campaign of the game is set between the films¬†Return of the Jedi¬†and¬†The Force Awakens, and follows an original character,¬†Iden Versio, the commander of an Imperial¬†special ops¬†strike force dubbed Inferno Squad, who defects to the¬†New Republic¬†after becoming disillusioned with the¬†Galactic Empire’s tactics. Most of the story takes place during the final year of the Galactic Civil War, before the Empire’s definitive defeat at the Battle of¬†Jakku.

Upon release,¬†Battlefront II¬†received mixed reviews from critics, with praise for the multiplayer, gameplay, balancing, visuals, and variety, but criticism for its single-player modes, campaign, microtransactions, and progression system. The game was also subject to¬†widespread criticism¬†regarding the status of its¬†loot boxes, which could give players¬†substantial gameplay advantages¬†if purchased with real money. A response from EA’s community team on¬†Reddit¬†on the topic became the single most down-voted comment in the site’s history, amassing over 600,000 downvotes. In response, EA decided to remove¬†microtransactions¬†from the game.

Since its release, the game received numerous content additions through free title updates in an attempt to repair its reputation after launch, which brought in a large number of new players. These updates ended on April 29, 2020, after Electronic Arts concluded that the game had reached its desired number of players and had substantially improved since the initial release. A Celebration Edition of the game, which includes all in-game cosmetic options, was released on December 5, 2019.


Star Wars Battlefront II is a third- and first-person shooter, where players can partake in either ground battles, assuming the role of soldiers, or space battles, where players pilot starfighters. The game features both single-player and multiplayer game modes, and three distinct eras from the Star Wars saga: the Clone Wars, with battles taking place between the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems; the Galactic Civil War, where battles between the Rebel Alliance and Galactic Empire take place; and the war between the Resistance and the First Order. Each faction has its own type of soldiers (e.g. clone troopers for the Republic, battle droids for the CIS, and stormtroopers for the Empire and the First Order) and starfighters. While the soldiers differ only in appearance and control identically, the starfighters feature unique abilities, offering a more varied gameplay style.

Battles take place across a variety of maps, and every era has its own exclusive maps. At launch, the game featured a total of 15 locations from the¬†Star Wars¬†universe, including¬†Kamino,¬†Kashyyyk,¬†Naboo,¬†Mos Eisley,¬†Yavin IV,¬†Hoth, Cloud City,¬†Endor, the¬†Death Star II,¬†Jakku,¬†Takodana, and¬†Starkiller Base, as well as some space-exclusive locations, namely¬†Ryloth, Fondor, and the Unknown Regions. Since then, eight more maps have been added:¬†Crait,¬†Jabba’s Palace,¬†Kessel,¬†Geonosis,¬†Felucia,¬†Ajan Kloss,¬†Scarif, and another space-only location,¬†D’Qar. Some of the ground locations are also limited to certain game modes, of which there are several.


The gameplay in¬†Battlefront II¬†is class-based. All factions have the same four soldier¬†classes‚ÄĒAssault, Heavy, Officer, and Specialist‚ÄĒand three starfighter classes‚ÄĒFighter, Interceptor, and Bomber (although the Resistance and the First Order do not feature the Bomber class). The ground battles feature additional Reinforcement classes, which are unlocked by trading in ‘battle points’, earned from defeating enemies and completing map-specific objectives. All factions have three soldier Reinforcements‚ÄĒthe Enforcer, Aerial, and Infiltrator‚ÄĒand two vehicle Reinforcements‚ÄĒthe Speeder and Armor. The Republic, CIS, Rebels, Empire, and First Order have an additional Reinforcement class‚ÄĒthe Artillery‚ÄĒwhich is featured only in specific maps for the¬†Galactic Assault¬†mode (e.g. the¬†MTT¬†for the Separatists, which is available only on Naboo and Kashyyyk).

All classes can be leveled up with the exception of Artillery. After reaching a new level, the player is awarded a Skill Point that can be used to unlock or upgrade a Star Card. Star Cards are the main form of progression in¬†Battlefront II, and can be equipped on a certain class to increase one of their stats, such as health regeneration or damage output, or to replace one of their abilities with a new one. Up to three Star Cards can be equipped at the same time for each class. Players can also customize their soldier classes by purchasing new appearances or unlocking new weapons via milestones. Although the game features limited weapon customization, each weapon is unique and offers a different playstyle. Furthermore, players can unlock weapon attachments, which alter a weapon’s stats, such as its range or fire rate. The Reinforcement classes can also be leveled up and customized, but their weapons and abilities cannot be changed.


Aside from the basic soldier and Reinforcement classes, players can take on the role of several heroes or villains based on iconic¬†Star Wars¬†characters. Unlike in 2015’s¬†Battlefront, heroes are an actual class rather than a bonus and can be leveled up and receive new appearances. In multiplayer, heroes are only available in the¬†Galactic Assault¬†and¬†Supremacy¬†modes, and, similarly to Reinforcements, are unlocked by trading in ‘battle points’. In the former mode, players can select any hero from the roster offered by the game, while in the latter, only era-specific heroes are available. Both sides can have a maximum of two heroes on the battlefield at the same time. There are also several hero-centered game modes, like¬†Heroes vs. Villains¬†and¬†Hero Showdown, where heroes are the only class available to use, and, as such, do not cost any battle points.

At launch, the hero roster consisted of¬†Luke Skywalker¬†(Matthew Mercer),¬†Leia Organa¬†(Misty Lee),¬†Han Solo¬†(John Armstrong),¬†Chewbacca,¬†Lando Calrissian¬†(Billy Dee Williams),¬†Yoda¬†(Tom Kane), and¬†Rey¬†(Daisy Ridley), while the villain roster included¬†Darth Vader¬†(Matt Sloan),¬†Emperor Palpatine¬†(Sam Witwer),¬†Boba Fett¬†(Temuera Morrison),¬†Bossk¬†(Dee Bradley Baker),¬†Iden Versio¬†(Janina Gavankar),¬†Darth Maul¬†(Sam Witwer), and¬†Kylo Ren¬†(Matthew Wood/Roger Craig Smith). Since then,¬†Finn¬†(John Boyega),¬†Captain Phasma¬†(Gwendoline Christie),¬†Obi-Wan Kenobi¬†(James Arnold Taylor), Anakin Skywalker (Matt Lanter),¬†General Grievous¬†(Matthew Wood),¬†Count Dooku¬†(Corey Burton),¬†BB-8, and¬†BB-9E¬†have also been added. The game also features several hero and villain starfighters, namely Boba Fett’s¬†Slave I, Darth Maul’s¬†Scimitar, Darth Vader’s¬†TIE Advanced x1, Han Solo and Chewbacca’s¬†Millennium Falcon, Kylo Ren’s TIE Silencer, Luke Skywalker’s T-65B¬†X-Wing,¬†Poe Dameron’s T-70 X-Wing, Rey and Chewbacca’s¬†Millennium Falcon, Yoda’s¬†Actis-class Light Interceptor, Iden Versio’s¬†TIE/in Fighter,¬†Tallie Lintra’s¬†RZ-2 A-Wing, and Lando Calrissian and¬†L3-37’s¬†Millennium Falcon.


Iden Versio is captured by the¬†Rebel Alliance¬†and interrogated for the codes to unlock an Imperial transmission aboard a¬†Mon Calamari Star Cruiser. She activates her¬†droid, Dio, which sneaks to her cell and frees her; Iden had allowed herself to be captured in order to erase the Imperial transmission, which would reveal the¬†Emperor’s plan to ambush the Rebels at¬†Endor. She successfully erases it, then escapes the ship by launching herself into space, whereupon she is intercepted by the¬†Corvus, Inferno Squad’s flagship. Aboard the¬†Corvus, Iden confirms the mission’s success to fellow squad members Del Meeko and Gideon Hask.

Later on Endor, Inferno Squad secures the perimeter around the shield generator protecting the Death Star II, which was destroyed by a Rebel squad, and watches with shock and horror as the Death Star II explodes moments later. Vice Admiral¬†Sloane¬†orders a full retreat, and Inferno Squad escapes the moon aboard¬†TIE fighters¬†before it is overrun by Rebel forces. After destroying a squadron of Rebel starfighters around the Death Star II’s ruins, Inferno Squad arrives on Admiral Garrick Versio’s¬†Star Destroyer, the¬†Eviscerator, where he informs Iden of the Emperor’s death. A messenger droid then displays a hologram of the late Emperor issuing his last command: to initiate Operation: Cinder. Admiral Versio sends Iden and Hask to an Imperial shipyard over Fondor to protect Moff Raythe’s Star Destroyer, the¬†Dauntless, which hosts experimental satellites vital to the success of Operation: Cinder. The¬†Dauntless¬†comes under attack from a Rebel Star Cruiser, but Iden and Hask manage to board it and destroy its ion cannons, before freeing the Star Destroyer, allowing it to open fire on the Cruiser and destroy it.

Meanwhile, Del arrives on Pillio to destroy one of the Emperor’s hidden bases. He encounters¬†Luke Skywalker, who helps him fend off the local wildlife and gain access to the base, discovering it contains the Emperor’s spoils of conquest, one of which Luke claims for himself. The pair part amicably, as Del begins to question the Empire’s goals and motives. Later, Inferno Squad is sent to Iden’s homeworld, the Imperial-controlled planet Vardos, to retrieve Protectorate Gleb, just as Operation: Cinder is about to begin. After witnessing the satellites for Operation: Cinder slowly destroying Vardos with storms, Iden and Del, disillusioned by the Empire’s actions, abort their mission to try to evacuate civilians, causing Hask to betray them. The pair return to the¬†Corvus¬†and make their escape, now traitors to the Empire. Seeking out the Rebel Alliance, they meet General¬†Lando Calrissian, who gives them the choice of helping stop Operation: Cinder, or escaping to start new lives. Choosing to help, they aid¬†Leia Organa¬†in protecting¬†Naboo, destroying the satellites for Operation: Cinder, and reactivating the planet’s defenses. After Naboo is liberated, Inferno Squad joins the¬†New Republic.

Months later, Inferno Squad ‚Äď Iden, Del, and Shriv Suurgav ‚Äď is sent to¬†Takodana¬†to find General¬†Han Solo, who has gone missing during his mission to extract critical data from an Imperial defector that can help liberate¬†Kashyyyk. After Solo and the defector make their way past a squad of¬†stormtroopers¬†and back to the¬†Millennium Falcon, Inferno Squad arrives to help them flee the planet. The recovered data reveals that Admiral Versio is commanding Imperial operations on both¬†Bespin¬†and¬†Sullust. On Bespin, Iden and Del attempt to capture the Admiral, but are led into a trap by Hask. The pair escape, destroying a Star Destroyer fueling station in the process. On Sullust, Lando and Shriv investigate a hidden Imperial weapons cache and find a weapons factory instead, which they destroy.

With both operations crippled, the Imperial fleet makes a last stand at¬†Jakku. During the battle, Iden shoots down Hask and boards the¬†Eviscerator, intending to rescue her father. Admiral Versio decides to¬†go down with his ship, feeling obligated to die with the Empire he fought to protect, and urges Iden to escape and live a new life, commending her for seeing the Empire’s weaknesses. Iden takes an escape pod and reunites with Del and Shriv. Iden and Del embrace and kiss, as the battle marks the end of the Galactic Empire.

Three decades later, Del is captured on Pillio by Protectorate Gleb, who hands him over to¬†Kylo Ren¬†and the¬†First Order. Ren uses the Force to interrogate Del about the location of the map leading to Luke Skywalker, before leaving him to Hask, who expresses disgust at Del choosing to father a daughter with Iden instead of becoming a soldier and kills him. Hask then tells Gleb that the New Republic cannot find out about “Project Resurrection” and orders her to leave the¬†Corvus¬†on Pillio as bait to lure Iden out of hiding.


On May 10, 2016, the development of¬†Star Wars Battlefront II¬†was announced, led by¬†DICE, with¬†Motive Studios¬†being responsible for the single player campaign and¬†Criterion Games¬†responsible for the starfighters gameplay and mechanics. The sequel to 2015’s rebooted¬†Star Wars Battlefront¬†features content from the¬†sequel trilogy of films.¬†Creative director Bernd Diemer has stated that the company has replaced the Season Pass system of paid expansion of content, because that system was determined to have “fragmented” the player community of the 2015 predecessor game. The new expansion system is designed to allow all players “to play longer”. Executive producer Matthew Webster announced on April 15, 2017, at¬†Star Wars¬†Celebration¬†that the worldwide release of the game would be November 17, 2017. The¬†Battlefront II¬†beta test period started on October 4, 2017, for players who pre-ordered the game. It was expanded to an open beta on October 6, and ran until October 11. A 10-hour trial version was made available to¬†EA Access¬†and¬†Origin Access¬†subscribers on November 9, 2017.


A tie-in novel,¬†Star Wars Battlefront II: Inferno Squad, was released on July 25, 2017. Written by¬†Christie Golden, it serves as a direct prelude to the game and follows the exploits of the Galactic Empire’s titular squad as it seeks to eliminate what was left of¬†Saw Gerrera’s rebel cell after the events of the 2016 film¬†Rogue One.¬†On November 10, 2017, Electronic Arts announced the first in a series of free¬†downloadable content¬†for the game, featuring the planets¬†D’Qar¬†and¬†Crait¬†and the playable hero characters¬†Finn¬†and¬†Captain Phasma. This content is a direct tie-in to December’s¬†Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Star Wars Battlefront II Download Files 

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  • Setup.exe (7.1 MB)


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