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'Star Wars: Battlefront' gets Lando and Cloud City on June 21st

You'll have to wait if you don't have a Season Pass, though.
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06.11.16 in AV
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You won't have to wait too much longer to fill the Cloud City-sized hole in Star Wars: Battlefront's content. EA has revealed that the promised Bespin DLC will arrive on June 21st for Season Pass holders, and two weeks later (July 5th) for everyone else. As before, the highlights of the paid add-on are the introduction of Lando Calrissian and Cloud City -- you're getting everyone's favorite administrator-turned-general as well as a much-needed change of scenery.

The add-on also brings the bounty hunter Dengar and two fresh weapons (a blaster and a sniper rifle). There are also promises of new game modes, star cards and more, but EA is hush-hush on those details. You probably won't know the exact value of the Bespin DLC until close to launch, then, but the odds are that it's much like the Outer Rim pack. It'll make the most sense if you're either completely hooked on Battlefront, a Star Wars completionist or both.

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