Star Wars Battlefront II will be adding a new planet, character, and cooperative mode in an update for all platforms later this week, Electronic Arts announced today.
The “Cooperation Update” will bring back the Instant Action mode that started with the original Star Wars: Battlefront games. The mode allows players to play offline battles against AI enemies.
Instant Action can also be played in co-op with up to three other players. The mode will launch with Clone Wars era locations first.
Also coming in the update on Sept. 25 is the Clone Commando character and Felucia, a planet containing dangerous vegetation and a giant sarlacc pit.
The Galactic Republic operatives come equipped with a DC-17m Repeating Blaster Rifle with anti-armor attachment, a repulsor that sends out shockwaves, and the Battle Focus ability that reduces damage to nearby allies while healing the Commando if damage is done to enemies.
Players can also earn specific cosmetic items from Oct. 11-18. The “KENOBI!” emote for Darth Maul can be earned by capturing 15 command posts on Felucia in Capital Supremacy, and Luke Skywalker‘s Farmboy attire from A New Hope can be earned by eliminating 150 enemies in co-op Instant Action.
The Cooperation Update for Star Wars Battlefront II will be dropping for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on Wednesday, Sept. 25.