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You Can Try Star Wars: Battlefront's Bespin DLC Free This Weekend

Check out the DLC's maps and more completely free


Curious about Star Wars: Battlefront's Bespin DLC but not sure if you want to buy it? You're in luck, as the content is completely free this weekend, according to the game's live events calendar.

Of course you still need to own a copy of Battlefront, while Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus are also required. It remains to be seen if there are any limitations to Bespin's free trial. For the Outer Rim free trial period, you could play its maps and modes, but needed to own the content to use the new weapons.

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Now Playing: Star Wars Battlefront - Bespin Launch Trailer

Bespin launched in June, adding things like new Hero and Villain characters in the form of Lando Calrissian and Dengar, as well as new maps set in the cloud city itself. There is also a new cloud car vehicle, alongside new weapons and Star cards, among other things.

Another open trial for Bespin will be held September 12-18, according to the game's live events calendar. The content sells for $15 by itself and is also included with the $50 Battlefront season pass.

Bespin is Battlefront's second paid add-on, following Outer Rim, which came out in March and had its own open trial in May. The game's next expansion is Death Star, which we recently learned is coming in September with an awesome-sounding mode called Battle Station. The fourth expansion is called Rogue One: Scarif and it launches this holiday. As the name suggests, the content will be set on Scarif, the tropical planet that was seen the new Rogue One trailer

Battlefront has shipped 14 million copies, becoming one of the best-selling Star Wars games of all time. A sequel is on the way, which will be developed by DICE and Motive Studios.

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