The Story of Star Wars!

Star Wars Battlefront II is an action shooter game which is the fourth installment of the series. It was developed by  EA Dice and published under Electronic Arts and released worldwide on November, 2017.

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Star Wars features a single-player story campaign, customizable character class system, and content based on the movies. It provide with vehicles and locations from the original movies also, heroes and villains that can be played based on the movies.

This game has a full campaign story mode which involves Iden Versio, a leader of Imperial Special Forces group known as Inferno Squad. You will be able to control other characters also in some story missions.

The campaign starts with Iden Versio, a daughter of Admiral Garrick Versio, being interrogated for the codes to unlock an Imperial transmission aboard a Rebel, she activates her droid, which sneaks to her cell and frees her. Iden had allowed herself to be captured in order to erase the Imperial transmission, which would reveal the Emperor’s plan at Endor. She successfully erases it, then escapes the ship by launching herself into space where she is intercepted by the Corvus, the flagship of Inferno Squad.

Later on Meeko, one of Iden Versio’s man, is sent to Pillio and ordered to destroy one of the Emperor’s hidden bases. He encounters who helps him disarm the base’s defenses and fend off the local wildlife. They discover that the base contains the Emperor’s spoils of conquest. Meeko and Luke part amicably, and Meeko begins to question the Empire’s goals and motives. Iden and Meeko seek out the Rebel Alliance and are taken to General Lando Calrissian who gives them the choice to help stop Operation: Cinder, or to escape and make new lives for themselves. Choosing to help, they aid Leia Organa in protecting Naboo, destroying the satellites for Operation: Cinder and reactivating the planet’s defenses. After Naboo is liberated, Inferno Squad joins the New Republic.

Iden and Inferno Squad are then sent to Takodana to find Han Solo, who was extracting an Imperial defector carrying critical data in hopes of liberating Kashyyyk and freeing the Wookiees. The data also reveals that Admiral Versio is commanding Imperial operations on Bespin and Sullust. Iden and Del infiltrate Bespin with the intent of capturing Admiral Versio, but he and Hask manage to escape.

Meanwhile, Lando investigates the hidden Imperial weapons cache on Sullust, only to find a weapons factory which he destroys. These operations cripple the Imperial fleet, which makes a last stand at Jakku.

During the battle, Iden shoots down Hask and boards the Eviscerator, intending to rescue her father. Admiral Versio decides to go down with his ship, feeling obligated to die with the Empire he fought to protect. He instead urges Iden to escape and live a new life, commending her for seeing the weakness of the Empire. Iden takes an escape pod and reunites with Del at the end of the battle. The two embrace and kiss, as the battle marks the end of the Galactic Empire.

Many decades later, Del is captured on Pillio by Protectorate Gleb, who hands him over to Kylo Ren and the First Order. Ren uses the Force to interrogate Del about the location of the map leading to Luke Skywalker. Once Ren succeeds, he leaves Del in the custody of Hask, who survived getting shot down at Jakku. Hask expresses disgust at Del choosing to father a daughter with Iden instead of becoming a soldier and kills him, but not before Del warns him not to confront Iden. Hask then warns Gleb that the Republic cannot find out about “Project Resurrection” and orders her to leave the Corvus on Pillio as bait to lure Iden out of hiding.


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