EA Reflects on Star Wars Battlefront 2 Mess And Looks Ahead to 2019

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Star Wars Battlefront II is a fine shooter now but it sure didn't seem that way when the game was coming out. EA and DICE came under fire for microtransactions and overpricing some of their characters, which would have forced players to cough up real cash to get in-game money. Reflecting on the game's controversy, EA penned an open letter to their fans and thanked them for their patience with the game's early struggles.

On the official EA Blog, the company acknowledged how this game had one of the messiest launches around and sympathized with fans over their greedy methods. One year later, the online shooter is now fairly playable and everything that can be unlocked is fairer. The company is proud over the game improving and cannot wait to show players what 2019 has for them.

The blog announced that Count Dooku and Clone Wars-era Anakin Skywalker would be coming to the game in 2019, whilst also confirming more Clone Wars-era looks for the game's standard clone troopers. Free content is always something to look forward to and fans probably love the fact that they are getting more things related to the acclaimed animated series.

Despite its rocky start, it looks like Star Wars Battlefront II is officially a game that many can enjoy without feeling guilty. With a decent single-player mode and a number of multiplayer options, this is a game that EA will be supporting for years to come.

Star Wars Battlefront II is now available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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