Well, we’re about to find out whether EA Games cares whether or not you know too much about Star Wars: Battlefront II and whether the Alpha will keep running after today. Several dataminers went through the Alpha servers and pulled out a pair of items that will make people very interested. The first are photos of the game, which primarily come from battles on The Phantom Menace maps. The second is a list of characters you can play in the game.
We’re not going to show you the photos, primarily because the Alpha is under an NDA agreement when you choose to play it, and everywhere you look people have blacked out their names on the screen so you can’t see who they are. If it were fine to post the material, you wouldn’t need to hide the usernames. If you want to seek those out, two minutes on Reddit will help you find them.
However, when it comes to information, once it’s out there, you can’t really put the genie back in the bottle. So below is the list of names you’ll be able to play as in Star Wars: Battlefront II. It’s a short list, but remember: this is an Alpha and doesn’t have the complete game, so more can be added later.
- Boba Fett
- Han Solo
- Darth Vader
- Kylo Ren
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