"Ewok Hunt" allows you to start off as either an Ewok or a stormtrooper, with your objective playing out differently depending on what side of the battle you're on. The set-up for the mode sounds like the the Ewoks will be defending their home of Endor in a nighttime ambush of the Stormtroopers that have invaded their land. As each Stormtrooper is defeated they'll spawn as an Ewok until all Stormtroopers have been eliminated. The stormtroopers might have more firepower behind them, but the Ewoks are far more capable of moving around on their own terrain.
To say things for Star Wars Battlefront 2 have been rough since its launch would be putting things lightly, with its controversial loot box progression system getting such negative feedback, the developers completely reworked progression. Imperial forces will need all their training to survive until their evacuation arrives. Crystals will be reintroduced with the update, but can only be used to purchase cosmetic items like these new Appearances.More news: Nazem Kadri Suspended 3 Games for Boarding Bruins' Tommy Wingels
The addition of new appearances are some of the most requested items to date amongst the Battlefront II Community and we're pleased to confirm that more are on the way, starting this month. These change will come as part of the Night on Endor update that's being released next Wednesday (18th April).
But if you did enjoy the straightforward Battlefield-in-Star-Wars-cosplay feel of the first game, then Battlefront II - including new environments, game modes, heroes, and the all-important campaign which was criminally missing from the first - then there's plenty to enjoy in Battlefront II.More news: Donald Trump to consult allies as United States considers Syria response
We have loads more content in the pipeline, too.
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The update will also unlock special Appearances available to buy using Crystals (bought with real-world currency) and/or in-game Credits, including Endor Leia and Endor Han Solo.