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Star Wars Battlefront (2015) Walkthrough and Guide

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Star Wars Battlefront Walkthrough and Strategy Guide

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The Main Menu

After you complete the Tutorial you are returned to the Main Menu for the game, which features the following sections:


This option basically sends you down to the two large gameplay boxes on the Main Menu - in fact they dominate the Main Menu!

The first is MULTIPLAYER - the second is Missions (the Single Player or Co-Op mode). It is not true that Battlefront is purely a multiplayer game mates - it has a fair bit of solo content as well - but a lot of the point-based scheme revolves around multiplayer.

Missions include three types - TRAINING, BATTLES, and SURVIVAL. There are 15 Training Missions, 40 Battles, and 20 Survival Missions in all.

MULTIPLAYER includes a variety of special content and mission play, including DROP ZONE, FIGHTER SQUADRON, CARGO, SUPREMACY, Walkter Assault, and DROID RUN to name a few!

The details for all is covered in the relevant Sections for each.


This is just what it sounds like - the Collections Area - which is divided for the moment into two unique sections: Unlocks (kit) and Diorama (Figurine Collection).

For the Unlocks you basically earn credits to use there by playing the game, and you can then use those credits to unlock things like Blasters, Star Cards, and Appearance Items.

Star Cards cover the special weapons you can get - like Thermal Detonators, or Impact Grenades and the like - but these also have Rank and Point Requirements.

Blasters is pretty much what it sounds like - a place to spend your points getting better - or different - weapons. Bear in mind that the weapons have Rank Requirements as well as Point costs.

Appearance is divided up between Rebel, Imperial, and Emotes, and largely covers how you look in the game - basically how you can spruce up your character and the different characters you can play.

Diorama covers a litteral collection of the iconic images of the world of Star Wars, from Princess Leia to Darth Vader and the AT-ST to Slave I!

Part of the reason for actively seeking to unlock Credit Rewards in Battlefront


This section offers up your Stats in the form of your MULTIPLAYER Rank, kill count, kill ratio, number of games played, you know, that sort of thing. It also covers the various challenges you have completed, various scores, and weapons and well, lots and lots of game play details!


This features all of the relative Season Pass information if you have not bought it, and if you have, well, then it tells you what you will be getting and what you have received.


Under the Settings Menu you will find just what you expect to find - options for the following subsections:

Controls - The control settings menu where you can adjust what the buttons do mates.

Gameplay - The many many optional settings for your HUD and player experience.

Credits List - Literally the game credits. Watch it or don't - Yoda would be proud if you did tho...

Video - Settings for all of the game video options.

Audio - Settings for all of the game audio options.

EA Account - This includes the EULA, ToS and Privacy Policy as it effects your account.


The MULTIPLAYER side of the game holds the greatest attraction for most players - but then that is the direction that shooters have been moving in for years now. This is the section you want to select for that.

Diorama - a chance to collect the iconic figures Star Wars is known for


Despite the popularity of MP play - or perhaps it is better to say in spite of it - the game does feature some good single-player content - which you find here.

In addition to the above there may also be special notice boxes below that include DLC and special or early access content information.

At the very bottom of the Main Menu are the utility buttons:

  • A - Selections

  • B - Back

  • X - Tutorial

  • Menu - Switch User

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