The Star Wars Battlefront II public beta simply ended; it introduced good occasions blasting enemies on Naboo and Takodana, nevertheless it additionally raised questions on how the ultimate sport was going to deal with its crate system.
In a post-beta weblog publish speaking in regards to the ultimate sport, EA studios DICE, Criterion, and Motive thanked gamers for taking part and outlined how they’re including layers to the Star Card/crate techniques in order that Star Playing cards aren't solely obtainable in crates like within the beta, those that pay for foreign money to purchase crates can't leap forward to the most effective Star Playing cards, new methods to get crates, and that the sport's finest objects are solely obtainable by in-game achievements.
Right here's an inventory of the bigger factors direct from the weblog:
There are a lot of issues you’ll be able to earn within the sport, together with weapons, attachments, credit, Star Playing cards, Emotes, Outfits, and Victory Poses.
As a steadiness purpose, we're working in direction of having probably the most highly effective objects within the sport solely earnable by way of in-game achievements.
Crates will embrace a mixture of of Star Playing cards, Outfits, Emotes or Victory Poses.
Gamers earn crates by finishing challenges and different gameplay milestones, or by buying them with in-game credit or Crystals, our premium foreign money.
If you happen to get a replica Star Card in a crate, you’re going to get crafting components which you’ll be able to then use to assist improve the Star Card of your selection.
And lastly, it’s important to earn the best to have the ability to improve Star Playing cards and unlock most Weapons. You may solely improve or unlock them if in case you have reached a excessive sufficient rank, which is set by enjoying the sport.
[Supply: Electronic Arts]
It's good to see EA make these adjustments, as a result of the beta's Star Card/crate system wasn't simply poor as a result of it allowed those that pay to leap the queue, it was simply boring.