Expand your galaxy with the Star Wars™ Battlefront™ Season Pass. Get 4 upcoming digital expansion packs filled with new content that will take you to new locations across a galaxy far, far away. Act now to secure two-week early access to each expansion pack and an exclusive “Shoot First” emote. The first expansion pack will be released in early 2016.
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4 epic expansion packs featuring brand new content set across the Star Wars™ galaxy including:
Over 20 new pieces of galactic tech including weapons, vehicles, and Star Cards
4 more iconic Star Wars characters for you to play as
16 additional multiplayer maps featuring new locations
4 exciting new game modes
Two-week early access to each expansion pack
Exclusive “Shoot First” emote
Season Pass is available for SRP $49.99
STAR WARS Battlefront Season Pass is rated
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Horrible for children that just want to play withBought it for my son thinking it would give him more worlds, items and characters to play with but it only gave him a few hero’s and that was it. Makes sense for hardcore only players but the game and pass aren’t really kid friendly
Date published: 2018-04-17
Rated 4 out of
Made a lack luster game good.Honestly while the pricing of this Season Pass is still in question I have to say it really added a lot to the game. Between new Star Cars, weapons, Character models, Heroes, locations and game styles it really delivered on what we as gamers wanted. While we could say, "why wasn't this in the original game?" It is what is so if you want to get into this game I think it really does require the Season Pass. Because of it, I have found myself playing Battlefront a lot more than any other shooter lately especially with friends. It's not the greatest Season Pass I've ever purchased, but it defiantly made the game better and worth playing.
Date published: 2016-10-07
Rated 1 out of
Star Wars Battlefront season passSo, I bought this "pas" in December when I purchased the Xbox one game. It is a series of numbers on a receipt. How does one use it? There's no instructions and neither EA or GameStop provide a walk through of how to apply it to your game...for 49$ one would hope that there would be a bit more information.