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EA may bring loot boxes back to Star Wars: Battlefront II, newspaper says

The company’s executive suggested that a controversial system of micro-transactions can return to the game.

May the Force be with us all: after a break in the system caused by the great revolt of the player’s community, Electronic Arts may be planning to return loot boxes to Star Wars: Battlefront II.

According to a Wall Street Journal report, the controversial micro-transaction system may come back “in the coming months.” The information was confirmed for publication by Blake Jorgensen, the chief financial officer of EA. ” We will do it when we think [the micro-transactional system] is ready, ” he said.

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The loot boxes were removed from the game shortly before its official launch after a series of complaints from beta players about the system that encouraged micro-transactions to gain in-game advantages.

According to Jorgensen, the controversy was one reason EA sold only 9 million copies of the game, down from its conservative $ 10 million estimates for the end of last year.

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  1. Harun Khalid Adeiza

    Wow! That’s awesome! EA different plans Hit the newspaper.. It’s indeed interesting.. Wish them Good luck.

  2. Huh! Okay, they have to make it done if it will favour us. Thanks for the info

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