Star Wars Battlefront Bespin Expansion and New Content Detailed

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Star Wars Battlefront Bespin Expansion and New Content Detailed

EA has revealed more details on a new expansion and free content for Star Wars Battlefront, arriving in the summer. In June, owners of the Season Pass will get access to Star Wars Battlefront Bespin, which will introduce the world of Cloud City.

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Apart from four new maps for most game modes, you'll also see "more blasters" and a new game mode. On top of all that, the game will introduce two new characters in the form of Lando Calrissian and the bounty hunter, Dengar.

Lando Calrissian, who was seen in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, was then an administrator of Cloud City. And in Episode VI, he went undercover to help Luke Skywalker rescue Han Solo from Jabba the Hutt.

As for the free content making its way to the game, there aren't many concrete details. Craig McLeod, producer on Star Wars Battlefront, said in an official blog post to expect "more double score weekends, community missions and Special Login Events".

"We also have a couple of surprises in store that we know our fans have been looking for, especially those who have been clamouring for ways to have more options to enjoy Star Wars Battlefront offline," he added.

There is also some "cool activities" planned for Star Wars Day on 'May the 4th', a play on the popular words "may the force be with you".

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The first expansion pack - Outer Rim - that was made available to owners of the Season Pass back in March brought in new locations such as Jabba's Palace along with a new game mode in Extraction. EA has promised a new hero and villain with each new expansion, and Outer Rim gave players access to bounty hunter Greedo and Sullustian Nien Nunb.

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