In May 2014, GameSpy multiplayer servers shut down, rendering numerous games’ online modes unplayable, including Battlefront II’s and now Recently a website called the GOG, Its is an online PC store operated by The Witcher studio CD Projekt Red, announced Recently that multiplayer support has been restored. And that’s not all. There is now cross-play support with Battlefront II on GOG and Steam, so that should ideally help players find matches faster. which means you either need the steam version or the GOG version of Star Wars:Battlefront to play, However the GOG version costs for 5$ on the GOG store meanwhile Steam is selling it for 10$.
This long-awaited feature finally brings the entire Star Wars Battlefront II community together, no matter which part of the galaxy you come from, so go ahead and jump into the fray,” GOG announced. In its own statement on Steam, Disney said about the multiplayer restoration, “Star Wars fans rejoice! Multiplayer support has returned for Battlefront II. Now you can draft your friends to the 501st legion and join up to 64 other players in a heated online battle for control of the galaxy.”
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