Heh, that’s what I thought It’s an easy mistake to make; oh, the conventions of game naming
Star Wars Battlefront II the modern one I’d say is well worth it just for the single-player campaign alone, yes, provided you’re a Star Wars fan and you can get it on one of its frequent very cheap sales. It’s still little more than a glorified tutorial for the multiplayer game I suppose, but it’s fun and pretty and not-entirely-short enough to make it worth your while, or certainly for just a few Euros in any event.
They must have put some loving care into the campaign after much criticism of that in their SWBF I, which really is no more than a few tutorial levels; hardly worth it (for its single-player experience, multiplayer may well be fab), though again a fan may just want to have a look at it for a couple of bucks. Both are like 50 GB games or so, mind you, so that’s quite a download and disk space just to take an occasional peek!
As for the original mid-2000’s games, yes, also worth your time I’d say. The two iterations are unrelated as far as I know, although Wikipedia describes the modern ones as a reboot.
Heheh, I think that’s gonna be the third free copy of For Honor I own. If I could get my head around a viking a knight and a samurai walk into a bar (and if I were more into multiplayer), I think I might like its gameplay even, but… just no.