The trailer of Battlefront II's Starfighter Assault trailer had been leaked last week and now the company has officially made the trailer public.
Then we head into prequel territory with some ARC-170 fighters, the predecessors to X-wings, face some droid fighters and a Lucrehulk Battleship above Ryloth.
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In addition, the retail sales figures for June were revised to show a 0.3% rise instead of the previous estimate of a 0.2% drop. Amazon also played a role as its annual Prime Day promotion last month contributed to a 1.3% jump in sales at online retailers.
For updates on Starfighter Assault and the new hero ships that will be revealed during Gamescom, head to the EA Star Wars blog. Darth Vader sits in his TIE Fighter picking off Rebels above Fondor, an Imperial shipyard.
Arriving in November 17 on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC, Battlefront II introduces a new story mode that begins with the Battle of Endor and continues through the birth of the First Order. Here, the battle is taking place above the planet Ryloth located in the Outer Rim Territories. It shows off the game's space battles, one of the most anticipated elements of the sequel. As Iden's team sets off on "an extraordinary odyssey of revenge, betrayal and redemption", players are taken on a 30-year journey from the events of Return of the Jedi to The Force Awakens, encountering key figures from Star Wars history along the way.
Yoda pilots his own spaceship during an intense space battle in a leaked trailer for Star Wars Battlefront II.
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