Star Wars Battlefront 2 Modder Adds Pink Darth Vader

  • Star Wars Battlefront 2 Modder Adds Pink Darth Vader

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Modder Adds Pink Darth Vader

Some intrepid team at Disney squirreled away far from the reach of daylight has released a new update for Star Wars: Battlefront 2 (note the colon).

Interestingly, sometime after Jorgensen's statements, the data miners discovered personalization objects among the files of Star Wars: Battlefront II. Players will also notice when they jump back into the game that Steam usernames are now displayed correctly. This Star Wars Battlefront 2 update brings minor fixes.

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In the future, depending on the popularity of the 2005 "Battlefront 2" game, players can expect incremental updates from Disney. His statement at the time was, "The one thing we're very focused on and [Lucasfilm are] extremely focused on is not violating the canon of Star Wars".

It was a pleasant surprise to see multiplayer return in 2005's Star Wars Battlefront II, both because people still cherish that game and, well, 2017's Battlefront II didn't pan out how we would've liked. Darth Vader in white probably doesn't make sense, versus in black. This five-minute demonstration was "cobbled together" in 2016 from bits of other Star Wars games and Double Damage's own Rebel Galaxy (read the review) to show EA what a potential game might look like, with some flashy results. Now if you want Vader in pink, he's all yours in Battlefront 2's PC version. "No offense to pink, but I don't think that's right in the canon".

It can be noted that last November, Jorgensen addressed the reason why they chose to fill the controversial "Battlefront II" loot boxes with usable items instead of the usual cosmetics.

Star Wars: Battlefront II is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.