EA has confirmed that will not offer its own in-game chat system on consoles or .
A from the official EA Star Wars account said the and versions of Battlefront will use the “PlayStation 4 and Xbox One built-in party system for in-game chat.” Meanwhile, DICE has to “choose your favorite third-party software to communicate with friends on PC.”
There are a variety of solid VoIP options for PC players, including a built-in voice chat system on Origin. Console players who want to chat, on the other hand, will need to join a party. Strategy and communication for Battlefront’s 40-player Walker Assault mode is particularly important, especially on the Rebel side.
We have followed up with Electronic Arts in an attempt to get more details. We’ll update this post with anything we hear back.
Battlefront’s beta ended today, October 13. Through six days of availability, more than played it across all platforms, making it the largest beta in EA’s history.
EA has also announced that Battlefront is getting . In addition, DICE recently, including the 7v1 Hero Hunt.
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