Published: Fri, October 13, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Amazon Leaks the Price of Star Wars Battlefront II Crystals

Amazon Leaks the Price of Star Wars Battlefront II Crystals

Crates will include a mix of Star Cards, Outfits, Emotes or Victory Poses.

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 finished up its open beta only hours ago, and player response is muddied: people love the actual game but not so much its loot box and progression systems. Star Card upgrades and unlocking weapons can be achieved with a high enough rank which means you need to play to get your hands on these. While the post does say that Star Cards will still be included in Loot Boxes, it's a good sign that at least the most powerful items won't have a shortcut to earning them by getting a lucky roll on a premium Loot Box. Perhaps more importantly, they stated in the post that the game won't have Season Passes - all extra content will be free, with an "evolving, event-driven live service" for future releases. Even before the open beta ended, players were already concerned about how they would be able to progress in online multiplayer.

We are beyond the Star Wars Battlefront II beta, and it looks like the game is going to have microtransactions.

Addressing player concerns that loot crates could effectively lead to pay-to-win scenarios for Battlefront 2, DICE explained that, "as a balance goal", it's working to implement a system where the most powerful items can only be earned via in-game achievements.

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To sum up the above, DICE is shipping a $59.99 game that will be tuned over time - even though it's a sequel to the 2015 outing - but they managed to add in a feature in the game that's a month out from release (although it's still now in "beta"), and they claim that it's not complete? However, DICE has assured players that they won't be doled out entirely randomly in the final release; rather, their acquisition will be based on individual level. The Specialist's Infiltration ability may see a nerf to make it less overpowered, and First Order Flametroopers will likely see a buff to add more firepower.

You can preorder Star Wars Battlefront 2 now starting at $59.99.

So far, developer DICE and publisher Electronic Arts have been putting a lot of focus on the game's single player, which was sorely missed from the reboot of Star Wars Battlefront.

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