Star Wars Battlefront 2 Open Beta Is Extended For Two More Days

Electronic Arts has decided to give the players something to cheer about. Despite the fact that it’s not a weekend, fans can enjoy their free time playing Star Wars Battlefront 2 Open Beta. Yep, the Star Wars Battlefront 2 Open Beta has received an increased period of time. It’s always welcome and overwhelming to accept this kind of a gift. Especially for us, the addicts.

The amazing news has been announced on EA’s official Twitter profile, as it verifies the continuation of the Open Beta until Wednesday. Getting two extra days might not be enough, but it is definitely a starting point for the developers to begin working on the game and head towards the game’s full release.

The only problem that players had was affecting the micro-transactions. Players were able to buy crates and find something really good which helps them dominate the game easier. This, in fact, makes a game sound more like a Pay to Win than Play to Win. After so many titles released by EA, it’s not going to be strange for us to witness a Pay to Win game from them.

But, the only part stopping them from doing that was simply the uncertainty that the content is going to be transferred when Star Wars Battlefront 2 launch occurs.

You should be able to download the Open Beta through Origin and have some extra fun by playing it. Star Wars Battlefront 2 comes out on November 17, ten days after the Xbox One X console release. Its Open Beta has showcased a lot of recognizing characters, for which we doubt they’re going to be the final part of the whole lineup.

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