Star Wars Battlefront Discounted to Under $18

This deal applies to PS4 and Xbox One, while PC edition is discounted to $20.

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Looking for a new copy of Star Wars Battlefront? Amazon has discounted the sci-fi shooter to possibly the lowest price ever. The online retailer is currently selling physical copies of the game on PS4 and Xbox One for around $17. Meanwhile, the physical PC edition is marked down to $20.

Digital copies are more expensive. Go to Amazon's Battlefront landing page here to learn more and to place an order if you're interested. There is no word on when the deal will end, so if you're interested, you may want to act quickly.

Battlefront's newest expansion, Death Star, came out on September 20 for people who own the game's season pass. Everyone else can purchase it for $15 starting on October 3. Alternatively, you can buy it through Battlefront's $50 DLC pass.

Death Star is Battlefront's third paid expansion, following Outer Rim and Bespin. The fourth and final one, Rogue One: Scarif, comes out this holiday; it is based on the upcoming movie.

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Though Death Star is only out for season pass-owners right now, all Battlefront players benefited from the new patch that came out alongside it last week. It raised the level cap to 90, made a number of hero/villain changes, and fixed a lot of bugs. You can see the full patch notes here.

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