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Z6PO

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#1271006
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Star Wars Games
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Z6PO said:

There’s no season pass for Battlefront II, all new content is free for all players, except for cosmetic items like skins that you can buy with real money or in-game money.

It seems that only the maps for the smaller online modes are available offline.

Unlocking is based solely on your progress playing the game, and credits earned after each match.

Everything is already fully unlocked when you play offline.

Multiplayer is very competitive I’m afraid, but even if I die a lot I found it far more enjoyable than offline play. (Offline play is a good training ground)

There’s a campaign in Battlefront II, somewhat easy and rather short, but with a quite enjoyable story, and a new interesting character.

Battlefront II is first and foremost a multiplayer game, so there is some content that is only available when playing online. Mainly the bigger maps for the Galactic Assault mode, and all the objective-based modes (offline play is basically just deathmatch).

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#1269262
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Star Wars Games
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There’s no season pass for Battlefront II, all new content is free for all players, except for cosmetic items like skins that you can buy with real money or in-game money.

It seems that only the maps for the smaller online modes are available offline.

Unlocking is based solely on your progress playing the game, and credits earned after each match.

Everything is already fully unlocked when you play offline.

Multiplayer is very competitive I’m afraid, but even if I die a lot I found it far more enjoyable than offline play. (Offline play is a good training ground)

There’s a campaign in Battlefront II, somewhat easy and rather short, but with a quite enjoyable story, and a new interesting character.

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#1268227
Topic
The future of OT.com - UPDATE: Please donate!
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“Vivent les rois” is the grammatically correct form. But “Vive les rois” is more commonly used, and is accepted I think. The expression come originally from “Que vivent les rois”, litteraly “Let the kings live”, the french expression being the equivalent of “Long live the king(s)”, but its shorter form “Vive les rois” is now more understood as “Hooray for the kings”, hence the singular “Vive” instead of the plural “Vivent” for the verb “Vivre” (to live).