EA has just unveiled a new behind the scenes video depicting DICE's hard work going into the creation of the next incarnation of the Star Wars: Battlefront series.

Whether it's a T-47 Airspeeder on planet Hoth from 'The Empire Strikes Back,' or a speeder from the Endor forest sequence of 'Star Wars: Episode VI,' DICE and EA are going all-out when it comes to the creation and details of Star Wars: Battlefront.

DICE is using its Frostbite Engine along with its access to the original models and props from Skywalker Ranch in order to make everything in Battlefront as true to the series as it possibly could be. DICE isn't only making its speeders and creatures elaborately detailed, the studio has even flown out to the original locations that were used to film the sacred trilogy to recreate the same environments for this new Battlefront title.

DICE said to expect more of Star Wars: Battlefront next spring and has stated it will be coming to PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.