Battlefront offers a selection of missions and bot matches that can be played offline in singleplayer or local co-op. The missions are essentially Battlefront’s Horde mode, asking you to survive 15 waves of increasingly tough enemies while dashing about the map trying to take control of drop pods to use the powerups that constitute their cargo. Initially distracting, they soon wear thin even in co-op – there’s not enough enemy variety to make them feel like an addition of substance. And an optional metagame in which you must locate five pickups from around the fairly large levels before the waves are over is just irritating. Intended to help you hone your skills before going online, they feel instead like an underdeveloped afterthought and don’t even help you to level up your character.