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Star Wars Battlefront 2 will not allow to buy letters or loot boxes

The multiplayer action game of DICE presents its important changes in the progression from March 21.

In recent times Star Wars: Battlefront 2 has become a public target for its controversies, something that has earned the DICE shooter harsh criticism for affecting its progression system and that forced Electronic Arts to temporarily eliminate the button boxes of the multiplayer shooter. Now the action game has its new progression system ready to be released.

As of March 21, the game will have a linear progression, that is, the Star Charts and "any element that affects the gameplay" cannot be purchased but will only be obtained by playing. "Instead, you will earn a series of Experience Points for the classes of soldiers, heroes, and ships in the multiplayer mode," they explain from EA in a press release. "If you earn enough experience points, you will get a level for that unit, which in turn will receive a Skill Point that can be redeemed to unlock or update the Star Card that you can equip your soldier, hero or ship." On the other hand, this does not mean that we will lose the unlocked previously for the users' peace of mind, that they will be able to keep all their cards, heroes or arsenal that they have obtained so far.

Likewise, we can not buy Booty Boxes in Star Wars Battlefront II that, moreover, will not include more Star Cards inside. "The boxes will be obtained by accessing the game daily, completing Milestones or through Challenges", explain a policy of "loot boxes" that has won serious criticism against the title, including the law of Hawaii that calls them ridiculous exploitation. "Inside these boxes, you'll find credits or cosmetic items, like expressions or victory poses, but nothing that affects the game."

"As of April, you will be able to obtain aspects/skins directly through Credits or Crystals within the video game: the first skins will arrive soon, which means that you will be able to obtain new costumes, uniforms and aspects for your heroes and soldiers, directly using Credits ( obtained in the video game) or Cristales (which you can buy in the video game or in your own stores), "they detail in a press release. "If you've ever dreamed of being part of the Resistance as a Rodian, your chance is just around the corner," they write in a press release. "

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