Star Wars: Squadrons Has TIE Defenders And B-Wings Now
The aggressive microtransactions of Star Wars Battlefront II left a bad impression on some players, which may be why EA’s next venture into the Star Wars universe left them behind. Nevertheless, that isn’t to state that Star Wars: Squadrons has actually stopped progressing considering that its launch; the group at Motive Studios has actually continued to update the game with brand-new features and alternatives– all readily available to players for free.The most current content drop– first gone over last month– adds 2 timeless starfighters to the video game: one for the Rebel Alliance, and one for the Empire. The good guys get the B-Wing, which appeared in Return of the Jedi. The bad guys get the TIE Protector, a powerful Imperial ship that was presented in the initial TIE Fighter PC game. You can see these 2 new starfighters( together with other functions)in the video above. The update is available now on all platforms: PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Of course, you can also play the game(through backward compatibility)on the new-gen consoles. While the brand-new ships are the piece de resistance, that isn’t where the tweaks stop with this update. You can check out the full release notes for the complete account, but here is an excerpt from the “General “category of fixes: Added Custom-made Games and a server web browser, readily available in the Multiplayer & Training menu ChangedAbility Score requirements for each tier via server-side modification last week(see & listed below for complete