"Of course, a lot of questions arose following the reveal of Star Wars Battlefront last month. You want to see gameplay and you simply want to know more about the game’s features and learn about what you can look forward to in November. I truly appreciate your passion and questions, but I hope you understand we will answer them as we can. The game is still in development, but rest assured, your questions will be answered in the coming months as we prepare for launch starting November 17."
Fegraeus then explains the reason why DICE chose a reboot for Star Wars: Battlefront rather than a sequel.
"For example, we have created new game modes and made new maps to cater to their specific experience. You could see a tiny snippet of this in our trailer where you saw the Fighter Squadron mode, where you engage in huge Starfighter battles over canyons big enough to be truly epic. Then, for those not in the mood for large scale battles, we have created Missions where players can, for example, take on armies of AI or test their piloting skills. All our Missions can be played either alone or cooperatively, making them perfect for some quick Star Wars action when you have a friend over."
"What we want to make sure is that each Star Wars fan can have something really awesome to look forward to, be that epic online battles or an instant skirmish alone or with a friend."
"I really look forward to showing you all more from the game as we get closer to release, and for you guys who are asking me when you can see gameplay, I can tell you that we have great plans for E3."
It seems that we will finally see gameplay later on at E3 this year.
"So tune in starting June 15, because at E3 this year, Star Wars Battlefront gameplay will make its debut and we’re all super excited to show it to you."
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