Star Wars Battlefront Companion App Now Out for iOS & Android, Lets You Earn Credits for the Base Game

November 10, 2015 Written by Alex Co

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While Star Wars fans wait anxiously until Star Wars Battlefront’s release next week, there is a way to earn in-game credits which you can spend on weapons, equipment, and other stuff, before the game’s officially out.

I’m of course, talking about the Star Wars Battlefront Companion app, which can be downloaded for iOS and Android devices right now. With DICE confirming that Battlefront won’t have micro-transactions, that means players who want advance credits in the actual game need to actually do well with the app. Oh, yes! It’s a game all its own.

Here’s the official description straight from the Google Play Store:

BASE COMMAND
Play this strategic Star Wars™ card-game anytime, anywhere to earn Credits for Star Wars Battlefront. Use your Star Cards in Base Command to advance to new sieges as you take on increasingly powerful Imperial forces.

STATS & PROGRESSION
Get a complete overview of your Star Wars Battlefront career and learn what’s left for you to complete. Also included is a visual overview of how you’re doing, where you can dig down into the nitty gritty details of your performance.

STAR CARDS & BLASTERS
Marvel at your collection of unlocked Star Cards and Blasters, and use hard-earned Credits to unlock and upgrade new ones. Customize your Star Card hands to fit your play style and keep you ready for battle.

STAY CONNECTED
See your PSN, Xbox Live, or Origin friends in real time and get notified when they start playing Star Wars Battlefront. You can even check out their game progress and stats to see who is the best soldier in the galaxy!

INCOMING TRANSMISSIONS
Receive in-app and push notifications to get updates on important Star Wars Battlefront news, and reports on what your friends – or foes – are up to. Plus, find out about special in-game events specifically for the Star Wars Battlefront community.

You can download the iOS version here for your iPhone and/or iPad, and the Android one here. Those who want to tinker with the app via their desktop can do so as well.

If you need more info for Base Command and how it plays, check out EA’s site announcement of the app. You can also check out the gallery below to see what Base Command game looks like as well.

Are you planning on playing Base Command? Word is, it’s a good game all its own. I’ll definitely give it a go so I can buy some in-game stuff the moment I get my mitts on Battlefront this November 17.

[Source: EA Star Wars, Google Play Store]