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Star Wars Battlefront gameplay shown off at E3 2015

EA Games has revealed the first Star Wars Battlefront gameplay during its E3 2015 press conference

The multiplayer gameplay was captured on PS4 and shows a 40-player match where you need to escort an AT-ST.

Showcasing the match from both the Rebel and the Alliance sides, the gameplay does well to highlight the photorealistic realism of the game.

As the Alliance strides through the snowy landscape, dust rolls over rocks and lifts underneath the AT-ST’s feet.

You’ll need to activate and defend satellites, while the Rebels are tasked with activating stations.

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EA Games confirmed that you’ll be able to switch between controlling aircrafts, the AT-STs themselves and of course, ground-based soldiers too.

There’s definitely a touch of Battlefield in there, with the fast-paced frenetic energy of the mass multiplayer battles.

The publisher couldn’t show off Battlefront without giving us a sneak peek at Darth Vader himself of course.

We can’t wait to play Star Wars: Battlefront and will bring you our hands-on first impressions of the game straight from E3 2015.

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