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My room mate and I want to play through Star Wars Battlefront II's story campaign together on the PC. Is this possible via mods or download maps? The game supports Co-op on Xbox and PS2, but there is only fleeting mentions of co-op possibilities on Google for PC.

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I believe the story campaign is single player only. Only the multiplayer supports co-op. – Krazer Feb 13 '12 at 7:18
@Krazer I heard mentions of mods or modded servers that allowed story-line missions to be played co-op. I was hoping someone would know where to find them >.> – Just Jake Feb 14 '12 at 23:48
The campaign is not coop-able, but what you can do is have a race through campaign, which ive done a few times for this game and a few others. Dont forget to take into account accuracy. :D – Axxelsian Jul 27 '12 at 11:54
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you can use console commands to add maps to multiplayer but, I think they only work on dedicated servers. They play in reverse order. Here's what you will have type:

  1. /addmap hot1g_c
  2. /addmap yav1g_c
  3. /addmap spa1g_c
  4. /addmap tan1g_c
  5. /addmap pol1g_c
  6. /addmap dea1g_c (Bugs Online)
  7. /addmap kam1c_c (Players Cannot Join)
  8. /addmap mus1c_c (Auto Kick Bug)
  9. /addmap spa4g_c (Bugs Online)
  10. /addmap nab2g_c
  11. /addmap cor1c_c
  12. /addmap uta1c_c
  13. /addmap kas2c_c
  14. /addmap spa3c_c
  15. /addmap fel1c_c
  16. /addmap myg1c_c (Bugs Online)
  17. /addmap geo1c_c
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I haven't tried this solution but it seems resonable – Just Jake Dec 7 '15 at 2:00

No, as far as I could find anywhere there was no mod or add-ons that allowed you to do that. I'll keep on looking for it, and I'll get back to you if there is anything I find, but it's very unlikely- It's an old game and nothing new is likely to come up for a game released that long ago.

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