One of the incentives that EA Access subscribers get is that they’re allowed to play upcoming games for a few hours several days before the title is due to be launched. Star Wars Battlefront 2 is going to be released later this month. Those who subscribe to the $4.99 per month EA Access service can now play the game’s trial before it’s officially launched.

The new title is the second addition to EA’s Star Wars franchise. It brings several improvements compared to the original title. There’s deeper multiplayer sandbox that spans all three eras of the game’s universe. There’s also a new single-player campaign that’s linked to the movie series.

EA Access subscribers can now play the 10-hour trial of Star Wars Battlefront 2. They only get 10 hours and once that time is up, they’ll have to wait for the official release like everyone else.

The trial will enable players to experience aspects of the single-player and multiplayer modes. They get full access to the class-based sandbox, the new maps, modes, and heroes. They can even play a portion of the single-player campaign.

The trial that’s live on EA Access right now has Xbox One X enhancements and while it doesn’t hit full 4K resolution, it does support HDR on compatible displays.

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 is going to be released on November 17th.

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