We continue our look at Star Wars Battlefront DLC with a dive into the the most important things to know about the Star Wars Battlefront Death Star DLC for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
EA DICE promised four Star Wars Battlefront DLC expansion packs to those that own the game on Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC.
The first three are out. Outer Rim was released in March and EA DICE recently pushed its Star Wars Battlefront Bespin DLC to Season Pass holders and those looking to buy the DLC as a standalone expansion pack.
The third one, the Star Wars Battlefront Death Star DLC, is also out on all three platforms.
With the Bespin DLC release now a distant memory gamers have turned their attention to the third piece of Star Wars Battlefront DLC and today we want to take a look at the Death Star DLC release on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
The Star Wars Battlefront Death Star DLC is now out for Battlefront Season Pass holders and everyone else.
If you own the Star Wars Battlefront Season Pass or if you’re planning to buy this as a standalone piece of content there are a few basics you should know about the Death Star DLC.
This roundup takes a look at the Death Star DLC update, Death Star DLC problems, and more. We’ll continue to update this roundup as details become available so be sure to check back in as we push away from launch.
Death Star DLC Problems
Surprise, surprise. The Star Wars Death Star DLC is causing problems for some gamers.
As we push away from the game's release we're starting to hear about some of the issues plaguing Xbox One, PS4 and PC users.
Death Star DLC problems include missing DLC content, lag, texturing issues, issues with Chewie's weapon, and various bugs on the DLC's new levels and the new game mode Battle Station. Redditors have kept a long running list of issue and it's worth a look.
It's still early so we expect complaints about balancing issues and other bugs to pickup as more people install the DLC.
If you discover a bug, you'll want to report it to EA DICE so that the developer can tackle it in a future Battlefront update.
And if you run into a problem, you'll want to check out our list of fixes for common Battlefront problems on PC, Xbox One and PC to see if you can find a remedy.
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