Now that the new Star Wars Battlefront game is out, fans everywhere are once again reveling in frenzied, cinematic warfare in a galaxy far, far away. Although the game is officially considered a reboot of the original games, this time around developer EA DICE really wanted to pay homage to the original trilogy, and they spared no expense adding plenty of shout-outs and references to some of the franchise’s most iconic moments. But just in case you missed some of the harder to spot tributes, we’ve put together this list of all the hidden Easter eggs that can be found in Star Wars Battlefront.
7. R2-D2 and C-3P0 Intro
When you first start up the Star Wars Battlefront game, you’re treated to a delightful little scene where a tiny droid tries to avoid getting stomped by a lumbering AT-AT. But there’s actually an alternate intro that can be unlocked that features everyone’s favourite astromech and protocol droid.
To access the alternate intro, go to the game’s main menu and you should see R2-D2 appear on the right-hand side of the screen. Once he shows up, wait for a few minutes until the screen changes and you hear C-3P0’s voice. The two droids will then exchange some bickering and banter before eventually walking off into the distance.