Star Wars Battlefront II is still alive and kicking. The game has had its fair share of issues since launch. Initially, Star Wars Battlefront II was panned for its pay-to-win microtransaction model, and then delayed updates irked numerous consumers. Luckily, EA posted a roadmap of future content that should hit the game relatively soon. There are a lot of exciting changes coming in the near future.
Today, new "Clone Wars" skins and improvements to the "Squad System" rolled out to all users. However, the future is even more exciting because General Grievous, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Count Dooku are joining the game. DICE plans on updating Star Wars Battlefront II until the end of the year. The Squad System will also be updated again in late September to encourage more teamwork.
It's great to see the company is improving Star Wars Battlefront II long after release. Hopefully the upcoming patches will bring back players who abandoned the title many months ago.
The issue is that there are a lot of amazing games coming out between now and December. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Red Dead Redemption 2 will undoubtedly take up everyone's time. It's unclear whether the upcoming content will be enough.
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