If you haven’t quite gotten your fill of waging war on Hoth or surviving on Tatooine, EA is offering an extra day of combat in a galaxy far, far away.
Star Wars Battlefront‘s community manager announced that the game’s beta, which has been running since Oct. 8, has been extended a full day and will now end Tuesday, Oct. 13, as opposed to concluding on Oct. 12.
“These tests are to help us find some extreme scenarios, and that means some players may experience occasional issues such as being kicked from the game or losing connectivity. This is all being done in the name of shoring up our infrastructure before we launch on November 17th,” community manager Mathew Everett, aka Sledgehammer70, explained.
The Battlefront beta features three modes and is available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC via Origin.
EA also took the time to announce the game’s season pass, which will feature four expansion packs featuring new locations, early access to those packs as opposed to those who buy them individually, and an exclusive emote. There’s little information about how much content those packs will entail, so while season passes are available for pre-order, it may be wise to wait and see what’s to come.
Star Wars Battlefront will release in full on Nov. 17.