Even two years after the initial release, EA DICE is still working on Star Wars: Battlefront II. In a surprise reveal, the developers dropped a new roadmap for the game and detailed some of the updates coming to the game this fall. One of the biggest additions is the old-new Instant Action mode.
If you’ve never played Battlefront games, you should know that Instant Action is a typical single-player mode which swaps out real players with AI-controlled enemies. This mode is a perfect way to get acquainted with the game, maps and test your skills in large scale battles without any pressure (or internet connection for that matter). Having in mind the fact that Star Wars: Battlefront II is a relatively old game, you won’t need to wait long in queues trying to find a match.
Instant Action will be a part of September update alongside the new 4-player co-op PvE mode to Clone Wars-era maps, a new map called Felucia and a new reinforcement Clone Commando. A bit later, from October to December, EA DICE announced even more updates alongside some kind of special event dedicated to promoting a new Star Wars movie, The Rise of Skywalker.
You can read the full coverage about the newest Star Wars: Battlefront II updates on the official page. And if you haven’t tried the game yet, be sure to check out our price for the title.