11% off Star Wars: Battlefront & SteelBook (Amazon Exclusive) – PlayStation 4 – Deal Alert

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Fight for the Rebellion or Empire in a wide variety of multiplayer matches for up to 40 players, or in exciting challenges inspired by the films available solo, split-screen or through online co-op. Star Wars Battlefront combines this epic action on a galactic scale with stunning visual recreations of some of the most iconic planets, weapons, characters, and vehicles in the Star Wars universe and the original sound effects from the films, to give Star Wars fans the ultimate, authentic and immersive interactive experience they’ve been looking for.  This discounted deal Includes Star Wars Battlefront standard video game for PS4 and an official SteelBook, an Amazon Exclusive. A SteelBook is a limited, high quality, premium metal case.  Check it out on Amazon now.

This story, “11% off Star Wars: Battlefront & SteelBook (Amazon Exclusive) – PlayStation 4 – Deal Alert” was originally published by TechConnect.

  • Star Wars: Battlefront & SteelBook (Amazon Exclusive) – PlayStation 4

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