4 Reasons Not to Pre-Order Star Wars Battlefront 2 & 5 Reasons You Should

While some of you might want to pre-order Star Wars Battlefront 2 right now, others are better off waiting a few more weeks or a few more months before committing.

EA and DICE have outlined Star Wars Battlefront 2 in great detail ahead of its release. We now have information about the game’s various release dates, the single-player campaign, its robust multiplayer experience, the different editions, and so much more. It’s shaping up to be one of the year’s hottest releases and the release date is inching closer.

The Star Wars Battlefront 2 release date for Xbox One, PS4 and PC lands on November 17th in the United States and countries around the world. However, if you pre-order a copy of the game, or signup for EA Access, you can play the game a few days earlier than the global street date.

EA DICE and its retail partners are offering some incentives to those that buy Star Wars Battlefront 2 ahead of its November release date.

And while it might be tempting to put in an order now for the game today, some of you might be better off taking a rain check. If you’re struggling with this decision, we’re here to help you get over the fence.

The Star Wars Battlefront 2 pre-order guide below takes you through the best reasons to pre-order and the best reasons to wait it out.

Pre-Order If You Want the Earliest Battlefront 2 Release Date

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Pre-Order If You Want the Earliest Battlefront 2 Release Date

If you want to play Star Wars Battlefront 2 before the official release date you'll want to put in a pre-order for the game.

There are three Star Wars Battlefront 2 release dates. One is November 17th. This is the game's global release date for Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC and it's the release date you get with the standard version of the game

Another release date lands on November 14th. If you want to start playing the game three days before everyone else, you'll need to pre-order the $80 Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition before the 14th. 

EA Access (Xbox One) and EA Origin (PC) subscribers who pre-order the game will get access to the game on November 9 with EA's Play First Trial.

If you want to get a head start ranking up your character, learning about the new weapons, new characters, new modes, and new maps, a pre-order is probably the route you'll want to take. 

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  1. Rob

    07/09/2017 at 11:53 pm

    Did they get rid of all the cheating going on in the first game? If not, what’s the point of getting this one? Players able to kill in one shot with crap weapons from across the battlefield, jet packs that are always charged, shooting someone in the FACE repeatedly and they don’t die, turn and shoot you once and you’re dead. It goes on and on and on and yeah you can report people but they never seem to be banned and an entire game of cheaters is back the next day. Do you have control of your damned game this time or not??


  2. Claire

    07/12/2017 at 7:24 am

    Preordering is why EA keeps beating up your favourite titles. If you’d stop that stupidity they’d actually pay more attention to what they’re doing.

    You’ve already let them know that all they need to do for your money is release a fantastically early announcement coupled with a snazzy teaser trailer and everyone will make them richer.

    Invite them to work for their money for a change.


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