No Campaign Mode for Star Wars: Battlefront

But there will be some smaller, two-player co-op missions to play.

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DICE's upcoming first-person shooter Star Wars: Battlefront will not have a traditional campaign mode similar to the ones found in the developer's previous Battlefield games. Instead, Battlefront will include smaller, shorter missions that can be played solo or in split-screen co-op with a friend offline or online.

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"The game is first and foremost a multiplayer game," producer Patrick Bach told IGN. "[The original Battlefront] was a multiplayer game. That's the game we wanted to create--to recreate the battles of the Original Trilogy."

In our own new preview of Battlefront, editor Chris Watters explains that DICE was not forthcoming with details about how these co-op missions would work. Developers said only that these missions will take place within the settings of the multiplayer maps. That would mean places like Hoth and Endor, among others.

Additional details about Battlefront's co-op mode will be announced at E3 in June.

For more on Battlefront, which launches November 17 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, check out GameSpot's full roundup of details. We're expecting a new trailer for the game later today, too, so check back soon to see that video.

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