If you've been enjoying the Star Wars Battlefront beta over the last few days, we have some good news for you.
Battlefront's beta, originally intended to close on October 12th, has been extended to October 13th to help EA conduct further tests on the game's online infrastructure.
A community manager from Star Wars Battlefront's official forums posted this message, along with a call to arms requesting more feedback:
..."Hope you're enjoying the Star Wars Battlefront beta and thank you for playing – every time you log on, it's helping us ensure the experience is going to be great at launch. As we get into the late stages of the beta, we will begin conducting further technical tests on our infrastructure."...
..."These additional tests will start on Monday, October 12 and will run thru Tuesday, October 13th, which will add an additional day to the open Beta. These tests are to help us find some extreme scenarios, and that means some players may experience occasional issues such as being kicked from the game or losing connectivity. This is all being done in the name of shoring up our infrastructure before we launch on November 17th."...
..."Please continue to provide your feedback around the Beta and we look forward to seeing you on the battlefront in November."...
The exact time Battlefront's beta will go dark is unknown. EA's Battlefront Twitter account stated that the servers will close at different times depending on platform and region, so make sure to jump in now if you haven't already!
..."The Beta will end on October 13. Exact times vary by platform and region."...
- Download the Star Wars Battlefront beta on Xbox One
- Download the Star Wars Battlefront beta on Windows
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