Blast Ewoks in the Star Wars Battlefront II Night on Endor Update

Microtransactions are set to return to Star Wars Battlefront 2

Star Wars Battlefront 2 Night on Endor Update detailed, releases on April 18th, brings back micro-transactions

The limited-time mode that we mentioned before is Ewok Hunt, and it involves clearing out a platoon of Stormtroopers or holding out against an extremely punishing Ewok assault. There's also 50 additional Appearances, including Endor Leia and Endor Han. Moreover, it now allows players to purchase appearance-related items with Crystals and/or Credits.

But if you did enjoy the straightforward Battlefield-in-Star-Wars-cosplay feel of the first game, then Battlefront II - including new environments, game modes, heroes, and the all-important campaign which was criminally missing from the first - then there's plenty to enjoy in Battlefront II. Well, EA apparently means it with its announcement that while it'll be bringing microtransactions back to Star Wars Battlefront 2, they'll be for cosmetic items only.

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What makes it worse (for the stormtroopers at least) is that the mode also takes a page out of Halo's "Infection" gametype.

Beneath the evening skies of Endor, the might of the Empire means little to the Ewoks as they fight for control of their home world. Ewoks will use their spears, Wisties and other tricks to take down the Empire forces, while Stormtroopers will call upon their training and firepower to hold back the Ewok ambush and survive until extraction. As each Stormtrooper is defeated they'll spawn as an Ewok until all Stormtroopers have been eliminated. People seem to think that for the most part, we got it right. The Endor Update is set to go live for the game on April 18. The Crystals represent the micro-transaction system, as you will be able to buy them with real money. Last month's update did just that, completely overhauling how progression works in Battlefront II, and adding cosmetics so that loot boxes could still find their place. Season Two is on the way and we can confirm that you'll hear more about this in early May.

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