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Battlefront II: More Updates

Updated April 5, 2015 10:42 am • Published
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Boba Fett is a playable hero in the new video game for all platforms!

Special thanks to Manji_Ninja on our BFFC Message Boards for passing along the following information!

Primary Attack A: E-3 Blaster Rifle
Primary Attack B: Flamethrower
Secondary Attack A: Wrist Rocket
Secondary Attack B: Detpack
Maps: Kashyyyk, Utapau, Felucia, Yavin, Jabba's Palace

Primary Attack A: Westar-34 Blaster
Primary Attack B: Flamethrower
Secondary Attack A: Wristrocket
Secondary Attack B: Time Bomb
Maps: Kashyyyk, Felucia, Yavin

Sources: Battlefront II - Official Site,

6 thoughts on “Battlefront II: More Updates

  1. Michael says:

    Finally! I wanted a code for Star Wars Bounty Hunter where at least Jango would look like Boba but this is awsome to.

  2. therealmccoy says:

    note to self: buy this game...

  3. Devin says:


  4. Miles says:

    Wow i really cant wait for the game now im a huge fan of the site!!!

  5. thefettman says:

    note:Boba's EE-3 blaster rifle has a special ability of firing faster than a stormtrooper rifle, and it packs a more powerful punch.
    Jango's westar 34s fire 3 burst shots at a time.
    Both will be kicking Jedi and sith asses alike.

  6. Ross says:

    YES!!!!!! boba fett is finally in a dam star wars game. This is nuts, well in star wars galaxies u are able to look like him but o well. i hope 2 god they dont screw him up!

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