The announcement of Rogue One DLC has been met positively by most fans who say that this is a continued good run for Star Wars Battlefront DLC. Recently, more details for Battlefront’s Death Star DLC were revealed, with the additional content set to add new maps, weapons, characters and more. Moreover, it was recently confirmed that Star Wars Battlefront is getting single-player DLC, much to the delight of fans who have been asking for offline content ever since the game was released.Others, though, question what this means for Star Wars Battlefront 2. In an investor call that took place earlier this year, EA CFO Blake Jorgensen confirmed that Star Wars Battlefront 2 will feature content from the new movies. Jorgensen may not have confirmed exactly which movies would be getting the Star Wars Battlefront treatment, it’s hard to imagine that the upcoming game (which is scheduled for a release in 2017) would ignore Rogue One completely. So, fans will be wondering how Rogue One’s content will feature in the sequel and the DLC expansion without buyers of either the DLC or the full, upcoming game feeling as though they’re getting short-changed.