Star Wars Battlefront II: First Official Look at Obi-Wan’s Clone Wars Skin

Star Wars Battlefront II: First Official Look at Obi-Wan’s Clone Wars Skin

We may not be getting any big updates for Star Wars Battlefront II this December, but we will be getting a new skin for Obi-Wan Kenobi which is ripped straight out of the Clone Wars series. Here’s our first look at the General Kenobi skin:

Thanks to Battlefront Updates, we also get to see the skin in action.

Lucky for players, the skin is only registered as an Epic one, so you only have to save up to 40k credits to afford it. If you don’t want to do the grinding though, you can still buy the skin for 1000 crystals.

Seeing that every other character in the series only has appearances from the films, it’s actually pretty cool to see an animated skin brought to a more realistic look. I have to say, it doesn’t even look awkward at all, and I’m expecting Anakin to come with his Clone Wars skin as well when he drops at February.

Besides the new skin, Obi-Wan has also had a handful of improvements worked on by DICE. Here’s the breakdown from the community transmission:

  • Fixed an issue where a fully charged “All-Out Push” ability would not deal damage to enemies that are in the 2nd half of the ability zone
  • Fixed an issue where the UI lines of the “All-Out Push” ability would not be completely visible if the player doesn’t charge up the ability
  • Fixed an issue where players could not cancel the “Defensive Rush” ability by dodging
  • Fixed an issue where players couldn’t see the Lightsaber ignite animation while being frozen by Kylo Ren
  • Prevented Lightsaber damage for Obi-Wan if he is attacked by Lightsabers during the “Defensive Rush” ability
  • Fixed an issue where Emperor Palpatine’s main attack would show on Obi-Wan Kenobi’s body, instead of his Lightsaber, when deflecting
  • Fixed an issue where Obi-Wan’s “Your Move” and “Absolutes” emotes would play swapped in-game
  • Moved Obi-Wan’s “All-Out Push” ability to the left ability slot and “Defensive Rush” to the right one, in order to address player feedback and improve consistency

The transmission also promises some long-awaited improvements to lightsaber combat, and I’m sure a lot of HvV players will be looking forward to that.

Star Wars Battlefront II is now playable for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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