The annoying thing is you get double battle points for sticking with your squad, but no-one ever does. They all just dash off alone in their own direction.
I generally don’t play this type of game but I’m quite enjoying being killed over and over by one-shot twitch reflex masters. Slowly getting better but I don’t think I’ll ever be competitive!
The game does give a great feel of being on a Star Wars battlefield, which I love. The asymmetry is cool, there’s real panic when you come across Kylo Ren and see him decimating an entire squad then fix his sights on you…
I play Star Wars Galaxy of Heroes and it’s daily log in bonus is the worst of any f2p game I have come across. They are broken down in to months and for logging in on say day 20 you might get a 3 star training droid or 1000 credit. It really is a joke. Seems like this is more of the same.
I was going to post a hypothetical about all the monetization decisions @Knightsaber didn’t like getting patched out and someone tagging him to ask if he would give it another chance.
But then I realized there was no need for a hypothetical. If he really did mute the thread, @Knightsaber never saw your quoting him to clarify how muting works, and he’ll never see this conversation speculating as to his intentions.
It’s baffling that there’s no way to say “fuck this thread forever” in general without also saying “fuck anyone who’s calling my name and trying to get my attention if that just happens to take place in said forever-fucked thread”.
Excellent. I hope some slick suits get fired over this and it serves as a cautionary tale for years to come. Gamers drew a line in the sand at P2W. It’s not like that wasn’t telegraphed over the years, either. But EA chose to push it anyway.
Thats physical sales - something that has been declining quite a bit over these past few years. While its a nice narrative, as in “Screw you EA”, I don’t think that has anything to do with online sales, or PSN store.