Star Wars Battlefront Trophy Guide

Star Wars Battlefront Trophy Guide

Star Wars Battlefront Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** ย Very skill dependent. The majority of the Trophies are online, which cannot be properly boosted.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Star Wars Battlefront *** 44 EA DICE Sweden 30 11 2 27 20

Star Wars Battlefront

Star Wars: Battlefront is a first/third person shooter taking place in the Star Wars Universe, and the third major release in the Battlefront series which began on the PC and sixth-generation consoles in 2004. Players are placed in either a team of Rebels or Imperials, in a variety of game modes such as deathmatch, team-deathmatch, defending control points, and a form of capture-the-flag. With a total of 16 maps, environments include those on the planets Hoth, Endor, Tatooine, Sullust, and Jakku.

Star Wars: Battlefront, though a commercial success, received mixed reviews with an average rating of 73%, praised for its presentation, realistic graphics, and for successfully immersing the player in the Star Wars Universe, but criticized for its lack of content upon release.

This is a high 3-star rating, though it really depends on your skills. The online trophies - to which there are 27 - can't really be boosted, so it's up to you to get good at the game and complete the necessary objectives. Some trophies can be quite difficult and frustrating, such as getting 25 trampled kills with the AT-ST, or defeating both the Millennium Falcon and Slave I, but with enough practice and patience, they can be done. Also, expect to put in a fair number of hours into the game as you make your way to reaching Rank 50.

Expect anywhere between 60-100 hours, depending on your skills and some luck.

This game doesn't require much of a roadmap, though we do recommend getting your feet wet by playing through some of the offline content before heading online. This includes all the tutorial missions - which will unlock the Do Or Do Not, There Is No Try trophy, as well as all the training, battle, and survival missions. There are a number of easy trophies you can earn here, such as for not taking damage in the Endor Chase mission for the Safety Ain't The Point Of A Joyride trophy, or for destroying 10 TIE fighters in 2 minutes on the Begger's Canyon mission for the Best Star Pilot In The Galaxy trophy.

Not all the offline trophies are easy, however. Those related to completing Survival missions on Master difficulty are extremely challenging on your own, and we recommend holding off until you have a partner to help you.

After that, it's time to head into Online play. Your ultimate goal is to reach Rank 50, which will take a very long time. As we mentioned, there is no real roadmap to success. Our advice, however, is to focus on one particular trophy and play only that mode until it's unlocked. So if you're going after the Hold The Line trophy, then just keep playing rounds of Supremacy until the trophy unlocks, before moving onto another trophy/mode. The more you play the same modes and maps, the more familiar you'll be and increase your chances of success. This is just our advice, however. Also, be sure to check out the trophy guides in our Links page to see what trophies you need and their requirements.

Eventually you will need to make some friends to help you earn the Together We Can Rule The Galaxy trophy, as well as assist you in completing the Survival missions on Master difficulty. check out the boosting forums in our Links page if you're struggling to get social.

Good luck, and May the Force Be With You!