PS4 - DLC
Star Wars: Battlefront - Death Star
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About this game
Developer: EA DICE
Content Rating: Teen
As part of the STAR WARS™ Battlefront™ Season Pass, expand your galaxy with the STAR WARS™ Battlefront™ Death Star digital expansion pack. Fire up your starships and ready your blasters as one of the deadliest weapons in the galaxy makes its highly-anticipated debut. Everyone’s favorite Wookiee, Chewbacca, arrives alongside bounty hunter Bossk as the two new playable heroes. Board the Death Star and blast foes with the new K-16 Bryar Pistol or TL-50 Heavy Repeater. Take your starfighters to space in an all-new game mode and even hop into the cockpits of Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced or Luke Skywalker’s Red Five X-wing. If the ForceTM is strong with you, attempt a trench run to take down the Empire’s ultimate weapon.
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Slightly above average or simply inoffensive. Fans of the genre should enjoy this game, but a fair few will be left unfulfilled.
Easily the best Battlefront DLC so far, although it’s still only scratching the surface of what can be done in the Star Wars universe. The attention to Star Wars detail is incredible, and the graphics in general hugely impressive. Battle Station works well, especially the recreation of the Trench Run. The expansion, and the season pass in general, is much too expensive. Still not enough maps or vehicles.
The new Battle Station mode provides a tense, and exciting campaign with a shifting narrative depending on the success or failure of your team, while the inclusion of the new heroes and additional content across the base game adds further meat to the bones to attract new players. As a standalone piece of content, DICE has further demonstrated its knowledge and respect of the source material with outstanding visual and audio direction, but I do fear for the longevity of the game if the DLC continues to segregate players into different funnels of content.