Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection Update Released on PC

In a new official post, Aspyr released patch notes for the first major update added to Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection on PC.

The update fixes dozens of issues across multiplayer, visuals, audio, and assorted bugs. However, it does not address the server problems that hindered launch.

Fortunately, Aspyr did issue a statement regarding that setback. The devs said that “we’re continuing to make server-side adjustments to improve the online multiplayer experience, as well as planning for Update II”.

Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection Issues

The first update is available on PC via Steam. However, Aspyr adds that “we are in the submission and certification process for PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo”. So, other platforms should receive the latest fixes soon enough.

The Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection launched to swift and harsh fan backlash. Players widely criticized the lack of server preparation, among other problems.

As a result, the collection rolled out to “Mostly Negative” reviews on Steam. The collection now sits at “Overwhelmingly Negative”.

Although Steam players will be the first to get the new fixes, the update will be difficult to enjoy without proper servers to play on. This problem will likely deter most players.

Aspyr later addressed the overall launch issues last week. The team explained that “at launch, we experienced critical errors with our network infrastructure”.

Meanwhile, fans of the popular IP might look forward to Star Wars Outlaws. Last week, NVIDIA announced that Star Wars Outlaws will launch with DLSS 3 and ray-traced effects.

Stig Asmussen, the director behind Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, also just formed the brand-new studio Giant Skull. It’s a AAA studio aiming for “gameplay-driven, story immersive action-adventure games set in captivating worlds”.

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