Over a past few weeks, we’ve schooled utterly a lot about DICE and EA’s second punch of a Battlefront cherry. We know that it probably won’t have a deteriorate pass, a release date, that a classes will supplement larger depth to a organisation play, and we know that a campaign is being penned by Spec Ops: The Line’s lead author Walt Williams.
As Sam sum in this month’s cover story, that final partial is engaging given Star Wars Battlefront 2 facilities a outrageous single-player element. Join him as he explores a latest journey into a universe far, distant divided to learn if expanded solo play can renovate a 2015 original.
Elsewhere inside, Hannah Dwan enrols in a long-serving Jedi Academy roleplaying server that’s still active over 13 years given a game’s launch, and we discuss to Creative Assembly about a new factions streamer to a arriving Total War: Warhammer 2. We take a demeanour during a creation of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided’s much-praised Palisade Bank level; while Tom, Phil and Samuel friend adult in Dawn of War 3’s rival multiplayer for this month’s After Action Report.
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- Samuel checks out Star Wars Battlefront 2.
- Hannah Dwan meets a long-standing roleplayers of Jedi Academy.
- The creation of Mankind Divided’s much-praised Palisade Bank level.
- Colony sims: How to emanate interesting disharmony in one of PC’s good genres.
- Creative Assembly chats about what’s new in Total War: Warhammer 2.
- Bayonetta, Thimbleweed Park, Nier: Automata and some-more reviewed.
- Tacoma, Total War: Warhammer 2, The Occupation and some-more previewed.
- Our PC box organisation test.
- And most more!