The Star Wars: Battlefront release date for PS4, Xbox One and PC is one week away and it’s time to buckle down and look at what you need to know as we countdown towards the arrival.
After a long wait we finally get the Star Wars: Battlefront release date and a new Star Wars movie in the same year. After a lengthy wait, we’ll soon be able to play the new Star Wars: Battlefront game on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
With seven days until the Star Wars: Battlefront release date gamers are excited to see what the game can offer and how it will differ from the beta earlier this year.
In the last several weeks we’ve learned about a special Darth Vader PS4 controller and are starting to hear about Star Wars: Battlefront pre-loads and see new contests. The Star Wars: Battlefront app is also out and you can use it to prepare for the game.
As we watch the latest Star Wars: Battlefront ad with Anna Kendrick, we want to call attention to the important details that you need to know if you are going to play Star Wars: Battlefront on the release date next week.
We’ll fill you in on the Star Wars: Battlefront pre-load, the Star Wars: Battlefront release time and the best deals on the game. This is what you need to know about the Star Wars: Battlefront release date with a week to go.
Play Star Wars: Battlefront Early
You can start playing Star Wars: Battlefront early if you are an Xbox One owner with an EA Access subscription.
The early Star Wars: Battlefront release date comes to the Xbox One on November 12th. This option allows gamers to download the full game and play for 10 hours before the November 17th release date hits other consoles.
You'll need an EA Access membership for $5 a month or $30 a year to get the early access. This includes the full game with all modes, so you can play through and bring your progress to the official release.
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