Star Wars: Battlefront 2's beta has been extended until Wednesday
Do you like Star Wars? Did you love the Star Wars: Battlefront 2 beta? Well, we have good news for those who did. EA has decided to extend the beta until Wednesday, October 11.
EA announced this a few moments ago on their Star Wars social media channel. While Star Wars Battlefront 2 is a definite improvement over the original, it still suffers from blurry visuals on Xbox One. Hopefully the final product will see a bump in resolution on the console. If not then the Xbox One X version will be the best place to play the game.
The muddy visuals may not be the only problem facing Star Wars Battlefront 2 though. The loot crates are a little out of control and feel like they're pay-to-win. Here's hoping that EA makes the necessary changes to improve both facets of the game before its release on November 17. Here's also hoping that the campaign is strong.
The #StarWarsBattlefrontII Beta has been extended two more days! Play until Wednesday, October 11. pic.twitter.com/nxClw1if9NThe #StarWarsBattlefrontII Beta has been extended two more days! Play until Wednesday, October 11. pic.twitter.com/nxClw1if9N— EA Star Wars (@EAStarWars) October 9, 2017October 9, 2017
Star Wars Battlefront 2 is the start of an all-new Battlefront experience. Become the hero and play as a fearless trooper, pilot a legendary starfighter, fight as your favorite iconic Star Wars characters, or forge a new path as an elite special forces soldier through an emotionally gripping new Star Wars story. The developers promise that the game has something for everyone.
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