Star Wars Battlefront‘s February update goes live today on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One and includes a number of updates and tweaks to the popular multiplayer shooter.
First off, the Battle of Jakku content that launched in December has been patched into the game, meaning users will no longer have to download is separately. If you currently have the content downloaded to your hard drive, feel free to delete it.
The meat of the update is the addition of a new Hoth map called Twilight. It’s a larger scale map and can be played in Walker Assault, Supremacy, Turning Point, Blast, Fighter Squadron, Drop Zone, and Heroes vs. Villains game types. There’s also a new survival mission called Survival in the Ice Caves, as well as the addition of the Turning Point mode to the Jundland Wastes, Forest of Endor, Outpost Beta, and SoroSuub Controplex maps.
As mentioned, the free update also comes with a host of minor tweaks and fixes. The full list can be found on the official Battlefront website.
Star Wars Battlefront is scheduled to receive another update similar in size to this one in March, also free of charge, with the game’s first set of Season Pass content set to start rolling out next month as well.