Recently there's been a lot of backlash against EA and their aggressive microtransactions in Star Wars: Battlefront 2. Not only are gamers outraged over the loot crates, but it seems that the developers aren't doing much to alleviate concerns.
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 launches on November 17, 2017 and the game has been surrounded by controversy. The developers tried to start a dialogue with gamers today.
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 can't catch a break it seems. After the prolonged controversy surrounding its microtransactions and loot crates — as well as their poor attempts to fix them by lowering the requirements and credits earned — there's a new problem.
Over the past few days there has been a lot of controversy surrounding Star Wars: Battlefront 2’s microtransactions, and there's at least one major publisher taking a swipe.
These are the changes coming to Star Wars Battlefront 2's "Star Card" system, along with the cards announced so far.
In response to outrage from fans, EA now says it is drastically reducing the amount of credits required to unlock "top heroes" in Star Wars Battlefront II.
Star Wars Battlefront II not only improves upon gameplay – its narrative has a lot to offer for movie fans too.
EA's loot crate system for Battlefront II is out in the open following the game's EA Access trial, and people are angry.
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