Richard Smith, a former employee of Free Radical, has posted some of the first renders he modeled for Star Wars Battlefront III which include such characters as Han Solo and Sahra The Bounty Hunter.
For being two year old renders, the game doesn't look all that bad. Hopefully Rebellion can take over and release a good product. *crossing fingers*
Ive always loved the Battlefront series and its the only game i still have for the original Xbox xD. Hope its good cuz im buying it :)
I'll take that please!
This better be a good game and also the new developers better do a good job
Hopefully, Rebellion (or whoever the new developers are) start work right away. I really want a new Battlefront game. It can be an awesome online multiplayer game.
Haze aside, Free Radical were a talented bunch and it's shame they won't be completing this work.
im glad they aren't working on it. They obviously lost alot of their magic they used to have. Timesplitters was one of my favorite fps ever made. It was amazing for the time period it was out. I hope they never make another video game again after I played Haze. They not only lost their magic but there sense of whats actually good in a video game. Haze was my most disapointing game of 2008.
they said (Free Radical) they were using a lot of PS3's power on Haze, judging by that game i say there were only using about 2% compared to what a lot of developers have/are doing on that system.
I'm hoping this will be a good game. The Battlefront series could have so much potential. I hope they don't mess it up.
I didn't even know the series switched hands over to Free Radical from Pandemic in the first place. I need to pay more attention!
xmas 2009 i reckon. to say the first two sold millions not having a third on great consoles such as 360 and PS3 is shocking. PLEASE RELEASE THIS! how many of us were looking forward to a BF3 when 360 & PS3 first launched?
I hated the PSP Battlefront Rebellion made. The controls were utter sh*t. I pray they don't f*ck this one up.
this is coming to the wii right?
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