It is important to note, however, that the footage is not part of the title's gameplay, but instead only an in-engine video.
Fighting in what's left of the second Death Star in the aftermath of Return of the Jedi is exciting because it's not only hitting the nostalgia button, but we're moving the plot along to see how familiar locations have changed. The clips move on over to Darth Vader in his special Tie Fighter, as he directs his Imperial squad to take out the Rebel scum. As you'd expect, there are iconic ships like X-wings, Y-wings, TIE Fighters and the Millennium Falcon. Darth Maul zooms between the research outpost structures of Kamino in his Sith Interceptor while Yoda is in hot pursuit in his own Jedi starfighter behind him.
Then, the Lucrehulk-class Battleship is shown in the next scene.More news: Trump claims media 'misrepresent' his Charlottesville comments
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Let's hope this game doesn't disappoint.
The space fights for Battlefront II are being made by Criterion - the same developer who created the first Battlefront's side title, Rogue One VR mission, which rolled out previous year. You can check that our during an EA livestream happening on Monday, August 21 at 12:30pm ET at EA's official site.
One thing we'll, for sure, be getting in Battlefront II are intense and fun space battles.