Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection Releases Update 2

The new update for Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection focuses on fixing many of the issues the game had when it first came out. Fans have been waiting a long time for the Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection, which is a remastered collection of the first two Battlefront games.

Although there were Star Wars fans who enjoyed the Battlefront reboot, many of these gamers have expressed nostalgia for the classic Star Wars Battlefront games, and the game developer Aspyr released the collection on March 14, 2024.

When Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection first came out, gamers were thrilled to see a developer finally release such a long-awaited game, but there were a lot of launch issues. Aspyr, the developer, has remained steadfast in fixing all the issues and perfecting the release until it is perfect.

Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection’s second major update has just been released. In addition to the bugs that the first major update for Star Wars Battlefont Classic Collection fixed, the updates also include a large number of bug fixes.

These fixes include one that prevents players from joining servers on PlayStation, one that causes incorrect button prompts on Steam, one that makes loading screens on the Nintendo Switch last longer than usual when choosing games, and one that prevents enemy AI team from working across all platforms.

Overall, the update addresses quality of life issues in play and enhances the game.

Plenty of gamers think that Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection couldn’t have arrived at a better time given the enormous popularity of online multiplayer games in this generation.

The Battlefront Classic Collection has a great chance of attracting a growing number of players, and the games are unique in their own right, with a Star Wars aesthetic and a game style that is different from modern rivals like Fortnite and Helldivers 2.

Before player interest wanes, many players hope that Aspyr fixes all of its issues.

Fans of the Star Wars series are excited about the new additions to Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection. The game also comes at a great time for the series, since this isn’t the only game in the franchise.

Even though there have been some problems with the content in Star Wars Outlaws, gamers are still excited about the chance to learn more about the universe, this time through the eyes of the criminal underworld. The game is set to come out in August.

The franchise has plenty of potential to keep impressing gamers thanks to its dedicated fanbase and extensive lore.

Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection Update 2 Patch Notes

All Platforms

  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed an issue with there being no audio or visual feedback when pressing Refresh in Server list.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue where the grate textures in the Shield Generator room overlapped the Generator asset on Space Assault maps.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue where enemy AI fired less frequently and less accurately.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue where Gameplay would fail to start after the countdown finished in a 64-player game.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue where the tables and bar tops were extremely bright on the Mos Eisley map.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue with Lightsabers being too bright and having their colors washed out when in brighter areas.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue with the intensity of the flickering lights on Utapau being too high.
  • [BF2] Fixed various issues around the camera shaking upon falling off the map or death.
  • [BF2] Fixed a crash that could occur when transitioning maps.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue with Ki Adi Mundi’s voice lines not playing properly.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue where lightning flash VFX would display through walls on Kamino.
  • [BF1] Fixed an issue where users could not connect to private servers with the correct passwords.
  • [BF1] Fixed an occasional crash that could occur on launch.
  • Fixed an issue where the respawn countdown timer would be stuck at 1.
  • Fixed an issue where players would be stuck on the “Waiting for players” screen after joining a multiplayer game with active players.
  • Fixed an issue where players could disconnect from the host when transitioning between maps.
  • Fixed an issue with the done button not showing up immediately on game end
  • Fixed an issue where the server list would take a long time to populate.
  • Improved stability in Public Servers.


  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed an issue that caused Xbox button prompts to appear when playing with a PlayStation controller.
  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed an occasional crash that could occur on the faction selection screen in Split Screen Galactic Conquest Versus mode.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue where the Skip option could not be selected with the Left Mouse button during Galactic Conquest.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue where Villains would occasionally not be able to spawn in on Hero Assault servers.


  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed a crash that occurred when refreshing the server list.
  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed an issue with servers not showing up the first time a search is attempted.
  • [BF2] Fixed an issue that caused a large fog wall to appear at the edge of the player’s vision on the Kashyyyk map.
  • [BF1] Fixed an issue with the draw distance being lower for both Kashyyyk maps.
  • Fixed issues with players occasionally not being able to join servers.

Nintendo Switch

  • [BF1][BF2] Fixed an issue where the loading screen would hang for longer than 15 seconds after selecting either game on the launch menu.
  • Fixed an issue where a force close error would occur when disconnecting a wireless controller before loading into a game.
  • Fixed an issue with Controller inputs not being detected when disconnecting a wireless controller and transitioning from Tabletop mode with joycons connected, to Handheld mode.

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