Battlefront II — Star Wars

22 Novembre, 2017, 00:36 | Auteur: Sue Barrett
  • Battlefront II — Star Wars

Let me start first by saying Star Wars Battlefront II is absolutely gorgeous to look at.

Unfortunately, that's about the only good thing about "Battlefront 2". It's a "Star Wars" chess set!

Loot boxes are digital rewards which players can earn in video games.

First, SW-B2 is about ... As of today, it is down a bit further, to $107.57. It made the characteristic "Star Wars" gun noise. Depends on who you ask.

The new game has also struggled to gain critical acclaim, but more down to the controversy than the quality of the gameplay.

Worse than all that, though, is the enemy encounters aren't particularly exciting.

"Gamers aren't overcharged, they're undercharged". He arrives alongside a squadron of fighters, now known to be led by the former Inferno Squad commander. The campaign mode features a new canon story that takes place after the Battle of Endor. This is even taking into account paying $20 per month for loot crates on top of the $60 admission price.

However, an analyst with KeyBanc Capital Markets said that the anger was exaggerated. But it's not. Instead, her "turning point" moment is so poorly executed it's impossible to believe.

Nevertheless, analysts remain convinced of EA's long-term potential. He dubbed 2017 "the Year of the Loot Box", blaming Activision-Blizzard's "Overwatch" for popularizing the concept.

Sometimes you can play as a Wookie.

But EA asserted that the loot box mechanic is not gambling.

You end up using a variety of weapons and play as a variety of heroes giving you a complete feel for every aspect of the game.

When you encounter enemies, there's little element of chance.

Your contact also makes reference to an intimidating Admiral named Rax - this is referring to Gallius Rax, the chief antagonist of the Aftermath book series. Estimating the 'right pricing' on a 'dollar/ entertainment hour' basis is challenging because it is not how consumers make their content consumption decisions in reality. He said that they "will become available at a later date" after they are done making the necessary tweaks and adjustments to "Battlefront II". The issue arises in SW-B2 for two reasons: players could not assess the effectiveness of the loadout-based matchmaking and, again, it appears like an abusive practice in a game sold at full price. This means that the option to purchase crystals in the game is now offline, and all progression will be earned through gameplay.

The Washington Post asked EA if players can be guaranteed that "pay to win" mechanics have been removed from the game.