According to director, Star Wars Battlefront 2 lost a DLC with Ahsoka Tano

According to the latest speculations, DICE is not working on Battlefield 3. Ahsoka Tano and Asajj Ventress were scheduled for the DICE shooter but were eventually abandoned.

According to director, Star Wars Battlefront 2 lost a DLC with Ahsoka Tano

Director Dennis Brannvall disclosed that the downloadable content plans for Star Wars Battlefront II, which was launched in 2017, included adding Ahsoka Tano and Asajj Ventress in a Twitter message that was deleted shortly after it was published. These characters, however, did not make the cut, and Battle Of Scarif was the game's final downloadable expansion.

Star Wars Battlefront II's post-launch content proved difficult to come by. Players will recall that, in addition to the game's quality, this DICE launch sparked a firestorm of controversy due to the misuse of its loot boxes, igniting a debate both within and outside the industry about how to regulate their inclusion in premium games in the face of the risk of becoming a gateway to gambling for children. Ahsoka and Ventress have been rumored for a long time, and dataminers have found several references to the characters, including Padme Amidala and a map of Coruscant, so Brannvall's comment is just confirmation.

DICE took notice of Ahsoka, who has been a fan favorite since her first appearance in the 2008 Star Wars: The Clone Wars film and subsequent series. With her presence in the live-action series The Mandalorian, in which she is played by actress Rosario Dawson, her fame has only grown among the general audience, and she will even have her own spin-off series: Ahsoka.

According to director, Star Wars Battlefront 2 lost a DLC with Ahsoka Tano

There are no plans for a third installment of Star Wars Battlefront.

It's typical for certain stuff to be left out of production due to time or budget constraints, but it's evident that the Battlefront II debate had an impact on the story. The same month, it was revealed that Electronic Arts had turned down a Battlefront III license since it would force them to sell 20% more to make the same amount of money as before.

That doesn't mean EA can't have two Star Wars games on the go at the same time. The sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is being developed by Respawn Entertainment, and the other is rumored to be in the hands of EA Motive ( Star Wars: Squadrons , Dead Space Remake ).

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