EA has been showing off the upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront piece by piece, and here at E3 2015 the publisher just debuted a new trailer that shows off even more of the game. For the new Battlefront, developer EA DICE went back to the archives of Lucasfilm and Skywalker Sound, pulling the models, props, and sound effects used in the original trilogy of films. They were then captured and integrated into the game, with the hopes of creating one of the most authentic looking (and sounding) Star Wars games that's come to market — so when an AT-AT stomps across the snowy plains of Hoth, it's an AT-AT that looks exactly like the stop-motion model from The Empire Strikes Back.
At Star Wars Celebration, EA showed off some actual gameplay footage behind closed doors (the trailer released at that time was game engine, but not actual gameplay). The authenticity of the models and vehicles — not to mention the presence of Darth Vader and Boba Fett — was enough to leave us impressed, but the only thing that will really matter is how it feels to play the game itself. Star Wars: Battlefront will be released from the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 17th.