EA removes Battlefront 2’s microtransactions.

But only temporarily.

After massive backlash from the gaming community EA decided to temporarily remove the much hated microtransactions from the new Battlefront 2 game.

EA boss Oskar Gabrielson was quoted saying “We’ve heard the concerns about potentially giving players unfair advantages,” before announcing that they would remove in-game purchases while they make changes and reintroduce them at “a later date”.

This news comes after massive controversy over Battlefront 2 being labelled “pay to win” by the gaming community and being investigated as gambling by the Belgian Gaming Commission.

 

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