Wednesday, August 17

Star Wars Battlefront 2 was going to have a DLC with Ahsoka Tano, according to the director

The downloadable content plans of Star Wars Battlefront II, launched in 2017, went through aadir a Ahsoka Tano y Asajj Ventress, as revealed by director Dennis Brannvall with a Twitter message that was deleted shortly after its publication. However these characters did not pass the cut and Battle Of Scarif was the last downloadable content of the title.

Post-launch content was not easy for Star Wars Battlefront II. As players will remember, beyond its quality as a game, this launch of DICE caused a great controversy for the abuse of its button boxes, starting a whole discussion within and outside the industry to regularize its inclusion in games. premium faced with the danger of being a gateway for young people to games of chance. Ahsoka and Ventress were rumored for a long time and even heyou dataminers they located various references to the characters along with Padme Amidala or a map of Coruscant, so Brannvall’s comment is just confirmation.

No wonder DICE noticed Ahsoka, a beloved character since her film debut. Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 and later series. Its popularity has only grown among the general public with his appearance in the live-action series The Mandalorian, where she is played by actress Rosario Dawson, and will even have her own series spin-off: Ahsoka.

Ahsoka Tano y Asajj Ventress descartadas de Star Wars Battlefront 2

Star Wars Battlefront 3 is not in development

It is common for some content to be left out of development for reasons of time or resources, but it is clear that the controversy with Battlefront II affected the saga. This same month has leaked that Electronic Arts rejected a Battlefront III because the license would force you to sell 20% more to get the same income as before.

That doesn’t stop EA from having two games of Star Wars on going. One of them will be from Respawn Entertainment, the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and the other is supposedly in the hands of EA Motive (Star Wars: Squadrons, Dead Space Remake).

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