During a panel at the recently concluded Star Wars Celebration, it was revealed that Star Wars: Battlefront 2 will come out with neat bonuses for those who will pre-order the game, whether it be standard or deluxe edition.

EA announces that players who pre-order the deluxe edition will get a 3-day head start to play before its actual release. Deluxe edition pre-order players will also receive an upgraded version of each trooper class (Officer, Assault, Heavy and Specialist) as well as one epic ability upgrade for each class. To make it even more epic, these players will have access to instant weapon unlocks and modifications for each trooper class.

For both standard and deluxe pre-orders, players will be granted exclusive access to Star Wars: The Last Jedi themed-looks for Kylo Ren and Rey along with an “epic ability modifier” for each character. Players also receive an epic ability modifier for the Millennium Falcon.

However, it is unclear what these “epic ability modifiers” will be and if they will also be made available for regular gameplay.

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 will debut on November 17 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One with a standard edition that will be marketed for $60 while the deluxe edition will be sold for $80. EA subscribers and Origin Access will be given an early pass to play the game early, starting November 9.


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A small girl from a small town who has been playing video games since she could remember. From the Super Mario Series on the NES, The Legend of Zelda, Counter Strike 1.0, Diablo I & II, Ragnarok Online, Gunbound, O2Jam, Suikoden, Harvest Moon, Final Fantasy, League of Legends and so many other games - Deci plays just about anything mostly on the PC and the PS3 nowadays. Her favorite genres would be RPGs, FPS, and MOBA. She used to dream of becoming a game character concept artist (she may never achieve this, but there's no harm in dreaming, right? lol). In the present she continues to play various video games, illustrating and making Gunpla models from time to time and even dressing up as some random character from Animes and video games. Gaming is both her frustration and sweet escape. Frustration because she knows she's a noob at most of the games she loves playing, and sweet escape because gaming has given some of the best days of her life.