Back in August, EA had outlined their roadmap for future content that would be released for Star Wars: Battlefront II, following which the September update was released quite recently, bringing Clone Wars content and Squad Improvements. Now EA and DICE have revealed an updated version of the roadmap, which provides more details regarding content that will be released for the next few months, up until February 2019.
In October, among other things, General Grievous will be added to the game, and there will also be alternative look available for him, which can be bought with Credits or Crystals. Apart from this, this months will also bring the N1 Starfighter, a fighter class ship, to the Hero Starfighters mode. There will also be game improvements such as a hero health rework and regeneration balancing. In the month of November, Obi-Wan Kenobi will be added to the game, and some new appearances will be added as well. The planet Geonosis will also be added as a new location.
There will be no new updates in December, as the developers prepare to release Clone Wars content in 2019. In January, Count Dooku will be added, along with various appearances for different characters. Finally, in February, Anakin Skywalker will make his entry into the game, along with the new game mode that features capturing points and capital ship takedowns.
All in all, there’s a fair bit of content arriving in the next few months for players to be excited about. You can check out the roadmap in the image below. Star Wars Battlefront II is currently available for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One.