The visuals and sounds accurately represented what Star Wars is.
Fans are no doubt hungry for any Star Wars promo material they can get with Force Friday II around the corner and only a teaser trailer for Last Jedi.
Fighting in what's left of the second Death Star in the aftermath of Return of the Jedi is exciting because it's not only hitting the nostalgia button, but we're moving the plot along to see how familiar locations have changed. Darth Vader sits in his TIE Fighter picking off Rebels above Fondor, an Imperial shipyard. As you'd expect, there are iconic ships like X-wings, Y-wings, TIE Fighters and the Millennium Falcon. There's also a very quick clip of Boba Fett's Slave-I starfighter making the rounds, but there's no telling exactly which side he's on (though it's a pretty fair bet he's going to be on the Empire's side).
Star Wars: Battlefront II is set to roll out this coming November 17 on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC but those who buy the Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition will be able to access the game three days earlier. It shows off the game's space battles, one of the most anticipated elements of the sequel.
A lot of people were also excited about the possibility to finally play Anakin and Ashoka from the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television show, tag-teaming during the space battles.
The more we see from Star Wars Battlefront II, the more it looks like EA is really trying to listen to player feedback.