Star Wars: Battlefront II is a well-known action shooter franchise. The video game is the fourth main installment to the Star Wars: Battlefront series, though it acts as a sequel to the 2015 reboot of Star Wars: Battlefront. Unlike the reboot, EA DICE has developed the game to include not only a multiplayer element in the game but a narrative campaign.
The narrative of the video game is based between the events of Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens, where players take on the role of Iden Versio, a Commander within the Imperial Special Forces commando unit known as Inferno Squad.
Outside of the narrative, there is an arcade mode that gives players the choice between what alliance they wish to play as during various iconic battles, along with multiplayer game modes.
Let us lend a helping hand when it comes to the video game. Take a look at the various guides based on Star Wars: Battlefront II down below.
In this particular guide we’ll showcase where you can find all of the Easter Eggs the development team over at EA DICE has placed within the title. From mentions of Qui-Gon Jinn to iconic ships, here’s everything we’ve found so far.
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Star Wars: Battlefront II Easter Eggs
At the start of the third phase during the Kamino Galactic Assault you will see a number of Kamino individuals healing troopers from battle.
When on the Mos Eisley map, go to the cantina and drop down into the lower section. You should then be able to spot an interactive icon. Interact with it for a holographic of the band to appear.
When playing Heroes vs Villains and die as the character Darth Maul, a droid clip will activated sayings “somewhere Qui-Gon Jinn is laughing”.
Millennium Falcon | First Order Transport | Slav 1
Located towards the outskirts of Maz’s Castle you can find the Millennium Falcon. However, players are unable to get close to the ship. Likewise, you can also find a First Order Transport and the same model ship of the Slav 1, the famous ship of Boba Fett’s.
Qui-Gon Jinn & Darth Maul Battle Area
Within the generator room map on Naboo, players can see a red door which is where the duel between Darth Maul and Qui-Gon Jinn took place.
Death Star Briefing Room
Within the Yavin 4 map, you’re able to roam around the room in which the Death Star briefing scene took place during the film, A New Hope.
Within the Starkiller base, players will be able to spot the interrogation room that was used to hold Rey in the film, The Force Awakens.