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Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron announced for DS and PSP

The ESRB have accidentally ruin the announcement of Star Wars: Battlefront: Elite Squadron for PSP and DS. But today Lucas Arts formally announce the title that is slated to hit the DS and PSP later this fall.

Lucas Arts announce the new portable addition to the Battlefront series — shipping on both platforms this fall, which stars X2,  a Clone Trooper cloned from a Jedi Master, who decides to join the Rebellion. The game features “multi-level battlefronts” in which the player can travel from land into space and even onto spaceships in the same level. Awesome right, we know.

The press release hint toward the DS and PSP getting subtly different games, with the DS version promising a “class-based gameplay experience” with different weapons for each class, and the PSP version allowing players to “personalize and build their character with more weapons and items than ever before.” The PSP game has 16-player multiplayer with “in-depth stat tracking,” and the DS release has “intense 4-player skirmishes” in different multiplayer modes. Check the gallery below for images.

Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron DS images:


Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron PSP images:


[Via Joystiq]


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