Amid claims of ‘critical infrastructure errors’ affecting Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection’s launch, Aspyr releases stability fixes in first patch


What you need to know

  • The Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection consists of updated ports of 2004’s Star Wars: Battlefront and 2005’s Star Wars: Battlefront 2.
  • The updated collection was released on March 13 for $35, and has racked up “Most Negative” reviews on Steam and a 2.5/5 stars rating on Xbox.
  • Update I is the first patch for the collection from developer and publisher Aspyr, who also recently released the Tomb Raider 1-3 remasters.

Aspyr has released patch notes for Update I, the first in what is sure to be a long list of patches for Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection. The much-anticipated re-release of classic Star Wars: Battlefront games for current generation consoles and PC has had a disastrous, bug-filled, and server-issue-addled launch. 

The Steam update is already available, and the Xbox patch is still pending certification. Aspyr has confirmed it continues to make server-side adjustments to improve multiplayer alongside the patch.





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