EA Play, Electronic Arts’ annual gaming convention, will livestream gameplay of a new multiplayer battle from Star Wars Battlefront II.
Excited for Star Wars Battlefront II? A chance for you to preview the gameplay is coming soon. Electronic Arts
Last Friday, Electronic Arts announced its plans to livestream gameplay of Star Wars Battlefront II from EA Play. EA Play is an annual convention broadcast live on the internet so gamers around the world can learn about and play Electronic Arts’ newest games.
On Saturday, June 10, EA will livestream gameplay of a new multiplayer battle pack from Star Wars Battlefront II. The battle is called “Assault on Theed” and takes place in the skies and on the surface of Naboo, a planet from Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Keeping with the prequel trilogy theme, players will be able to fight on the side of the droids as Darth Maul. Alternatively, they can rally clone troopers as Rey from The Force Awakens
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The “Assault on Theed” livestream will pit two teams of 20 players against one another. It will be the first time Star Wars Battlefront II is played for general viewing audiences. This is one experience you do not want to miss if you love Star Wars video games.
Do you want the experience to be even more memorable? Then enter EA’s sweepstakes to win a trip to EA Play where you can witness the gameplay in person. To enter, simply log into your Twitter account; follow @EAStarWars; and finally, tweet about why you love to play Star Wars video games. Be sure to include the hashtag #EAStarWarsSweepstakes in your tweet, or it won’t be considered as an entry. Twitter users have between now and June 3 at 11:59 p.m. EST to compose their tweets.
To watch the livestream from home, check EA.com on June 10.