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Star Wars Battlefront Blast multiplayer mode revealed

EA Games has confirmed a new Star Wars Battlefront Blast multiplayer mode ahead of its November release date.

The classic Battlefront game mode Blast is coming back for the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront later this year.

Star Wars Battlefront’s Blast Mode is its take on Team Deathmatch and pits Rebel and Imperial factions against each other.

They are 10vs10 battles and if your team reaches 100 kills or is head when the 10-minute round is over, you’re the winner.

“Immediate, additive and exciting until the very last kill; that is our ambition with Blast,” explained EA Games in a blog post.

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“One battle you’ll be fighting within interior levels on Endor or Sullust. In the next battle, you might find yourselves among Tatooine’s dust canyons, or inside the undeniably cool Ice Caves on Hoth. My favourite is the verticality of Tatooine, fighting by the Sandcrawler,” explained Star Wars Battlefront’s Lead Level Designer Dennis Brannvall.

The maps in Blast Mode are smaller than in other game modes to keep the action more intense.

EA Games stressed that maps are all specifically designed for the specific game mode, meaning each one is a unique version.

Star Wars Battlefront is due to be released on November 17 on the PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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