Star Wars Battlefront II has been in the news a lot over the last several months thanks to the fervour over loot boxes that the Electronic Arts published game kicked off, but we’re not here to talk about Star Wars Battlefront II, we’re talking about Star Wars: Battlefront II. Confused yet?
The classic shooter of the same name as Electronic Art’s reboot was originally developed by Pandemic Studios, and came out in 2005 for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Microsoft Windows and Xbox. As in the original Xbox, not the Xbox One. My brain hurts.
The PC version was revived with new multiplayer servers last October, and Disney has now issued a small patch for the game, of which you can find the patch notes below. It doesn’t change much.
While it’s good to see Disney take some pride and accomplishment in such a legacy product, the current gen version, Battlefront II 2017 recently launched content revolving around the latest movie in the saga, The Last Jedi. Will you be checking out the original title? Let us know in the comments.
Star Wars: Battlefront II (2005) Patch Notes
- Minor bug fixes and optimized performance, the most important fixes are:
- Lobby functionality has been improved.
- Steam usernames should now display correctly.
- Ping calculations are more accurate.