Let’s Play Star Wars Battlefront!

Let’s play Star Wars Battlefront!

LW4K-Info-CTA-FinalYour teenagers might be climbing the walls as they await December’s release of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, but EA’s newest addition to the Star Wars Battlefront series (for Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC) might scratch that itch. The game won’t be out until next week (November 17) but our Let’s Play editor, Ryan, has already picked up a blaster in the game’s beta (test version) and shown a few waves of stormtroopers who’s boss. In this Let’s Play, Ryan shows us Star Wars Battlefront‘s impressive graphics and demonstrates why it’s important to practice focus and flexibility in the game’s survival mode.

We’ve already published a Playbook for Star Wars Battlefront, so if you’re looking for more details about why the game is good for flexibility and focus or you’re wondering how to talk to your teen about how they use those skills to face the challenges of the game, look no further. You can find more of Ryan’s videos at the LearningWorks for Kids Let’s Play YouTube channel.


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