Electronic Arts scraps Battlefront II microtransactions

Brunilde Fioravanti
Novembre 19, 2017

One of the major factors for Disney possibly getting involved is that CNN reached out to Disney for comment, especially after an image went viral on Facebook blaming Disney for allowing gambling in Star Wars: Battlefront II.

Electronic Arts is removing all in-game purchases from Star Wars: Battlefront 2.

The dark side courses through Star Wars Battlefront II, playing mind tricks on gamers to spend more money to become stronger.

Star Wars Battlefront II comes out today, so microtransations are now turned off. It's a shame to see a game with such clear greatness get pulled down to these depths. Disney's consumer products and interactive media head Jimmy Pitaro, has also reportedly voiced his concerns to Disney this week, with specific regards to the company's unhappiness with the negative reflection the controversy has been reflecting upon the Star War's brand itself.

A spectacular, occasionally very fun tour of Star Wars battles that disappoints with a boring story, crappy progression system, and endless grenade spam.

Disney declined to comment to CNN for the article that was published on November 16th, 2017. There's been no word on when they will come back to the game, but they promise when they do, they'll be better.

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