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If you’re new to Star Wars™ Battlefront™ II and want to get up to speed, you can read our overarching Beginner’s Guide and our guides to Hero Showdown, Hero Starfighters, and Starfighter Custom Arcade. We also have a growing library of map walk-throughs, including the Coaxium Mines of Kessel, Mos Eisley, Theed, and Kachirho Beach.
You also should check out Star Wars Battlefront II’s large and enthusiastic community – who are playing, creating content, and talking about the game every day.
In fact, some members of the community are part of EA’s Game Changers partnership program, and their channels are great destinations for tips and tricks, guides, news, and more.
To help you get started, we talked to a few passionate Game Changers, asking each a few questions to help introduce you to them.
The BattlefrontUpdates YouTube channel covers Star Wars Battlefront II with a variety of content, including news updates, live streams, top plays, and more.
If you’d introduce a new player to the game, what would be your best tip to help them progress and become a better player?
“Since playtime with specific heroes is limited in certain multiplayer game modes, I would recommend getting to know them and how their Abilities work in Arcade before trying them in multiplayer.
To improve your normal infantry gameplay and practice with blasters, I would say going into Blast is a good idea. It eliminates the threat of getting eliminated by something that is often out of your control, such as a hero, vehicle, or starfighter. You also don’t have to focus on any objectives.”
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How would you describe what it’s like to be part of the Star Wars Battlefront II community?
“The community in its current state is possibly the strongest it’s ever been. I also think that the love for Star Wars is something that really binds the community together and sets it apart from many other communities. At the end of the day, we’re all Star Wars fans getting to live out our fantasies on the battlefront.”
RivaThame’s YouTube channel is dedicated to constantly teaching its viewers something new about Star Wars Battlefront II, with content uploaded on a regular basis.
What is your favorite Star Wars Battlefront II memory so far?
“The reveal trailers showing off all three eras. With this game you have the option to experience them all – which is, as a fan, a dream come true!”
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What’s your number one tip for new players?
“Play the objective! Play as a team and focus on generating battle points.”
Any favorite moment from Star Wars Battlefront II so far?
“Streaming with BattlefrontUpdates and HelloGreedo. Also playing Ewok Hunt for the first time was a blast!”
AZZATRU’s YouTube channel recently celebrated a six year anniversary, and it’s a channel which covers Star Wars Battlefront II gameplay, news, and everything in between.
How would you describe the Star Wars Battlefront II community to a new player?
“We all have a common love for Star Wars. There will be many like-minded people to talk to online, play with in-game, and be creative with.”
What’s your best advice to players just starting out?
“Use Arcade to get to grips with the mechanics for all the classes! Find out what the Abilities do and bump up the difficulty.”
–Daniel Steinholtz (Follow Daniel on Twitter @dsteinholtz)
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