So we’re not exactly sure who broke the embargo first, but the first details for Star Wars: Battlefront are coming out in droves, and thanks to Gameinformer, we now know the game has a single player mode.

However, it’s probably not the single player campaign you were looking for. According to DICE, Star Wars: Battlefront is first and foremost a multiplayer title, but the game will include modes for players who don’t have the ability to play online. This is where Battlefront Missions come in.

According to Gameinformer, few details were given regarding the single player portion of the game, but from the sounds of it, we can assume that, “it will be the same battles from the multiplayer experience with different missions layered in.” These missions can also be played cooperatively.

Who knows, maybe DICE will surprise us with the depth of the single player mode for Star Wars: Battlefront, but I wouldn’t get your hopes up.

You can check out the first screenshots for Star Wars: Battlefront just below, courtesy of Gameinformer.

I guess we’ll have to wait and see what Visceral Games is working on for our big story oriented Star Wars experience. Stay tuned to OnlySP for further details on Star Wars: Battlefront’s single player game mode by following us on Facebook and Twitter.

Nick Calandra
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  1. Storyless battles would be in keeping with the first SW:B game, so that’s fine with me. The most important single-player elements are bots and the Galactic Conquest mode. It sounds like bots are in.

    1. I’d imagine so. It doesn’t sound like Galactic Conquest is returning though, as far as we can tell for now. I wouldn’t be surprised if they have a multiplayer mode that’s in vein of that though.

      1. It seems I spoke too soon. Judging from DICE GM Patrick Bach’s comments in the IGN article, it sounds like the single-player mode will be “short missions” rather than the open battles of the original series that were essentially identical to the multiplayer battles.

        But it’s still possible that these missions are only one of a couple single-player options. If they don’t show bot battles or Galactic Conquest mode at E3, I’ll assume the single-player is more similar to Battlefield’s co-op missions.

  2. See I really wanna to buy this game, but its like when Destiny came out. I just can’t bring myself to pay 60 dollars for a strictly Mp game. Not to say I wouldn’t play either for the right price, but not 60 bucks. Lol

    1. Its actually $80

      1. No retail game unless its a special edition is over 60 dollars.

        1. In America yes. In Australia for example standard editions are $80. But I see what you’re saying and I agree. Destiny has made me pretty wary actually.

  3. What we need is a remake of Shadows of the Empire and Rogue Squadron. I find this lack of campaign mode… disturbing.

  4. It’s gonna be battlefield 4 reskin.

  5. This is the single most stupid decision I’ve ever seen! Star Wars Battlefront was all about the SP and battling alone if and when you wanted! Dice and EA are killing me.

  6. Sounds more like a practice mode for multiplayer. I wouldn’t expect anything from a primarily multiplayer game. I’m hoping for a separate single-player Star Wars game. One for single-player the other for MP.

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