Star Wars Battlefront 2 Digital Download @ Russian Xbox Store
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Star Wars Battlefront 2 Digital Download @ Russian Xbox Store

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Found 21st Dec 2017
Back again with another Russian Deal!

Game costs 1,999.50 RUBLES and you can buy 2000 RUBLES HERE for £22.49.

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Still £22 too expensive.
I’ll wait until the £10 mark
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I'll wait untill Disney takes the game off them.
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Still £22 too expensive.
I’ll wait until the £10 mark
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would be a deal on almost any other game
I'll wait untill Disney takes the game off them.
MMM buy some xbox points from a dodgy looking russian site? I will do without BUT thank you
Felicitous5 m ago

would be a deal on almost any other game


Yesterday I was asked to prove I was capable of independent thought and not just bandwagon hating this game without reason, but it didn't look like anyone actually saw the explanation of what's wrong with it, so I'm going to share again for those who would need an explanation on why this game just shouldn't be bought at all.


"It's pay to win in the sense that there is a micro-transaction/9 month real time grind necessary to unlock everything that's playable, I don't think any game is worth playing without a break for 9 months straight, which leaves gambling for content to unlock or paying for the (promised return of) microtransaction funded gambling for more crates with a chance to win with the content you desire.

Now crates aren't always the worst thing in the history of the world - overwatch for example I have played that also, there are loot crates, you get skins and visual graphic changes, these don't affect gameplay at all.
Battlefront 2, you get things that make the game unbalanced, characters that other players can't afford for example that add different mechanics into the game i.e. you are playing as a different class unavailable to others and it makes an impact on the battle, it's an advantage (or sometimes disadvantage in some players cases I have seen) that isn't available to others without a grievous amount of time and soon again money put into the game, or being very lucking with gambling is another option.

This is why i consider the game a pay to win format, or another way to look at it is the dlc costs $5000 and without it you're at a disadvantage. or there's a paywall to unlock all the content in game.

Going back to the overwatch example again, all of the unlocks in this game are done by lootboxes, it's all random, nothing has an advantage, nothing is prettier or more coveted purely because it requires a specific feat performed to be unlocked, everyone has the same chances so the option to buy stuff for that ultimately doesnt affect the game play.
Back to battlefront; you put money in, you get stronger things to use in game, it affects the combat and mechanics, it divides the player base into those who have played it vs those who played for long enough to be lucky to get better things, or those who threw money blindly at EA until they randomly gambled enough to get the thing they wanted to get an advantage in the game.

This information is what I am basing my opinions on, it is a collection of things other people have said with my own input and opinion on the matter, I haven't copied any of the text from this, I typed it all out. If any sentences do match anywhere else online this was unintentional but enough people are aware of this game now that it is likely the content would be the same with different wording.

I wouldn't undervalue researching things online though in order to form your own opinion however as this is a good practice, I would definitely recommend it in future."
Felicitous10 m ago

Yesterday I was asked to prove I was capable of independent thought and …Yesterday I was asked to prove I was capable of independent thought and not just bandwagon hating this game without reason, but it didn't look like anyone actually saw the explanation of what's wrong with it, so I'm going to share again for those who would need an explanation on why this game just shouldn't be bought at all."It's pay to win in the sense that there is a micro-transaction/9 month real time grind necessary to unlock everything that's playable, I don't think any game is worth playing without a break for 9 months straight, which leaves gambling for content to unlock or paying for the (promised return of) microtransaction funded gambling for more crates with a chance to win with the content you desire.Now crates aren't always the worst thing in the history of the world - overwatch for example I have played that also, there are loot crates, you get skins and visual graphic changes, these don't affect gameplay at all. Battlefront 2, you get things that make the game unbalanced, characters that other players can't afford for example that add different mechanics into the game i.e. you are playing as a different class unavailable to others and it makes an impact on the battle, it's an advantage (or sometimes disadvantage in some players cases I have seen) that isn't available to others without a grievous amount of time and soon again money put into the game, or being very lucking with gambling is another option.This is why i consider the game a pay to win format, or another way to look at it is the dlc costs $5000 and without it you're at a disadvantage. or there's a paywall to unlock all the content in game.Going back to the overwatch example again, all of the unlocks in this game are done by lootboxes, it's all random, nothing has an advantage, nothing is prettier or more coveted purely because it requires a specific feat performed to be unlocked, everyone has the same chances so the option to buy stuff for that ultimately doesnt affect the game play.Back to battlefront; you put money in, you get stronger things to use in game, it affects the combat and mechanics, it divides the player base into those who have played it vs those who played for long enough to be lucky to get better things, or those who threw money blindly at EA until they randomly gambled enough to get the thing they wanted to get an advantage in the game. This information is what I am basing my opinions on, it is a collection of things other people have said with my own input and opinion on the matter, I haven't copied any of the text from this, I typed it all out. If any sentences do match anywhere else online this was unintentional but enough people are aware of this game now that it is likely the content would be the same with different wording. I wouldn't undervalue researching things online though in order to form your own opinion however as this is a good practice, I would definitely recommend it in future."


So, in summary, much similar to EAs Ultimate Team modes?
Felicitous42 m ago

Yesterday I was asked to prove I was capable of independent thought and …Yesterday I was asked to prove I was capable of independent thought and not just bandwagon hating this game without reason, but it didn't look like anyone actually saw the explanation of what's wrong with it, so I'm going to share again for those who would need an explanation on why this game just shouldn't be bought at all."It's pay to win in the sense that there is a micro-transaction/9 month real time grind necessary to unlock everything that's playable, I don't think any game is worth playing without a break for 9 months straight, which leaves gambling for content to unlock or paying for the (promised return of) microtransaction funded gambling for more crates with a chance to win with the content you desire.Now crates aren't always the worst thing in the history of the world - overwatch for example I have played that also, there are loot crates, you get skins and visual graphic changes, these don't affect gameplay at all. Battlefront 2, you get things that make the game unbalanced, characters that other players can't afford for example that add different mechanics into the game i.e. you are playing as a different class unavailable to others and it makes an impact on the battle, it's an advantage (or sometimes disadvantage in some players cases I have seen) that isn't available to others without a grievous amount of time and soon again money put into the game, or being very lucking with gambling is another option.This is why i consider the game a pay to win format, or another way to look at it is the dlc costs $5000 and without it you're at a disadvantage. or there's a paywall to unlock all the content in game.Going back to the overwatch example again, all of the unlocks in this game are done by lootboxes, it's all random, nothing has an advantage, nothing is prettier or more coveted purely because it requires a specific feat performed to be unlocked, everyone has the same chances so the option to buy stuff for that ultimately doesnt affect the game play.Back to battlefront; you put money in, you get stronger things to use in game, it affects the combat and mechanics, it divides the player base into those who have played it vs those who played for long enough to be lucky to get better things, or those who threw money blindly at EA until they randomly gambled enough to get the thing they wanted to get an advantage in the game. This information is what I am basing my opinions on, it is a collection of things other people have said with my own input and opinion on the matter, I haven't copied any of the text from this, I typed it all out. If any sentences do match anywhere else online this was unintentional but enough people are aware of this game now that it is likely the content would be the same with different wording. I wouldn't undervalue researching things online though in order to form your own opinion however as this is a good practice, I would definitely recommend it in future."


Can't be bothered to read it all
Wubalubadubdub21st Dec 2017

So, in summary, much similar to EAs Ultimate Team modes?


I am not familiar with what that is honestly, could you explain what they are?

daz4021st Dec 2017

Can't be bothered to read it all



It's pay to win and it's about $5000 for the full game when the promised return of microtransactions happens, no promises of change, just that it will be back.
Felicitous1 h, 41 m ago

Yesterday I was asked to prove I was capable of independent thought and …Yesterday I was asked to prove I was capable of independent thought and not just bandwagon hating this game without reason, but it didn't look like anyone actually saw the explanation of what's wrong with it, so I'm going to share again for those who would need an explanation on why this game just shouldn't be bought at all."It's pay to win in the sense that there is a micro-transaction/9 month real time grind necessary to unlock everything that's playable, I don't think any game is worth playing without a break for 9 months straight, which leaves gambling for content to unlock or paying for the (promised return of) microtransaction funded gambling for more crates with a chance to win with the content you desire.Now crates aren't always the worst thing in the history of the world - overwatch for example I have played that also, there are loot crates, you get skins and visual graphic changes, these don't affect gameplay at all. Battlefront 2, you get things that make the game unbalanced, characters that other players can't afford for example that add different mechanics into the game i.e. you are playing as a different class unavailable to others and it makes an impact on the battle, it's an advantage (or sometimes disadvantage in some players cases I have seen) that isn't available to others without a grievous amount of time and soon again money put into the game, or being very lucking with gambling is another option.This is why i consider the game a pay to win format, or another way to look at it is the dlc costs $5000 and without it you're at a disadvantage. or there's a paywall to unlock all the content in game.Going back to the overwatch example again, all of the unlocks in this game are done by lootboxes, it's all random, nothing has an advantage, nothing is prettier or more coveted purely because it requires a specific feat performed to be unlocked, everyone has the same chances so the option to buy stuff for that ultimately doesnt affect the game play.Back to battlefront; you put money in, you get stronger things to use in game, it affects the combat and mechanics, it divides the player base into those who have played it vs those who played for long enough to be lucky to get better things, or those who threw money blindly at EA until they randomly gambled enough to get the thing they wanted to get an advantage in the game. This information is what I am basing my opinions on, it is a collection of things other people have said with my own input and opinion on the matter, I haven't copied any of the text from this, I typed it all out. If any sentences do match anywhere else online this was unintentional but enough people are aware of this game now that it is likely the content would be the same with different wording. I wouldn't undervalue researching things online though in order to form your own opinion however as this is a good practice, I would definitely recommend it in future."


You should look at FIFA. Much worse than BF2 yet people have put up with it for ages.
£2.50 to go before I bite
abdiman13 m ago

You should look at FIFA. Much worse than BF2 yet people have put up with …You should look at FIFA. Much worse than BF2 yet people have put up with it for ages.


I am aware, I don't play fifa for reasons including that one.
Felicitous2 h, 3 m ago

Yesterday I was asked to prove I was capable of independent thought and …Yesterday I was asked to prove I was capable of independent thought and not just bandwagon hating this game without reason, but it didn't look like anyone actually saw the explanation of what's wrong with it, so I'm going to share again for those who would need an explanation on why this game just shouldn't be bought at all."It's pay to win in the sense that there is a micro-transaction/9 month real time grind necessary to unlock everything that's playable, I don't think any game is worth playing without a break for 9 months straight, which leaves gambling for content to unlock or paying for the (promised return of) microtransaction funded gambling for more crates with a chance to win with the content you desire.Now crates aren't always the worst thing in the history of the world - overwatch for example I have played that also, there are loot crates, you get skins and visual graphic changes, these don't affect gameplay at all. Battlefront 2, you get things that make the game unbalanced, characters that other players can't afford for example that add different mechanics into the game i.e. you are playing as a different class unavailable to others and it makes an impact on the battle, it's an advantage (or sometimes disadvantage in some players cases I have seen) that isn't available to others without a grievous amount of time and soon again money put into the game, or being very lucking with gambling is another option.This is why i consider the game a pay to win format, or another way to look at it is the dlc costs $5000 and without it you're at a disadvantage. or there's a paywall to unlock all the content in game.Going back to the overwatch example again, all of the unlocks in this game are done by lootboxes, it's all random, nothing has an advantage, nothing is prettier or more coveted purely because it requires a specific feat performed to be unlocked, everyone has the same chances so the option to buy stuff for that ultimately doesnt affect the game play.Back to battlefront; you put money in, you get stronger things to use in game, it affects the combat and mechanics, it divides the player base into those who have played it vs those who played for long enough to be lucky to get better things, or those who threw money blindly at EA until they randomly gambled enough to get the thing they wanted to get an advantage in the game. This information is what I am basing my opinions on, it is a collection of things other people have said with my own input and opinion on the matter, I haven't copied any of the text from this, I typed it all out. If any sentences do match anywhere else online this was unintentional but enough people are aware of this game now that it is likely the content would be the same with different wording. I wouldn't undervalue researching things online though in order to form your own opinion however as this is a good practice, I would definitely recommend it in future."


I'm really tempted to copy and paste this somewhere else without even playing the game
abdiman22 m ago

You should look at FIFA. Much worse than BF2 yet people have put up with …You should look at FIFA. Much worse than BF2 yet people have put up with it for ages.


That's because people that play fifa are mugs
ultimanthem1011 h, 13 m ago

I'm really tempted to copy and paste this somewhere else without even …I'm really tempted to copy and paste this somewhere else without even playing the game


Just quote me and it's an informed opinion the entire reason I added the sentence at the end:

"I wouldn't undervalue researching things online though in order to form your own opinion however as this is a good practice, I would definitely recommend it in future." - Felicitous
The whole online micro transactions doesn't bother me cuz I never go on MP anyway. For me this game was all about the offline content.

I liked the first one, had stuff I could do offline. I waited for the UE so i could get all the DLC, only non of the DLC worked offline, was online only which made no sense, surely it wouldn't have taken much to have all those maps available but nope, nothing.

I saw a trailer for this new one saying 18 maps available for offline but the whole offline has been changed to what seems very short, boring games, kill so many enemies in a certain amount of time etc Few custom options but not enough to make it replayable.

People moaned at the first one and now hate this one. Just don't understand why they never listen to fans, just give us the original Battlefront 2, do a remaster of that with more maps, vehicles etc.and you'd have yourself an awesome game.
I guess I could wait til the original Battlefront games come via backwards comp and if i eventually get an xbox one X, it will least improve the graphics since EA can't get it right

BF2 was so good, me and two friends would do that conquest where you take over each planet at a time, the 3 of us against the computer on hard, with the space battles, working together, picking the right bonus card, would play that game for so hours and hours, not had that much fun since the Goldeneye days
Edited by: "drewbles82" 22nd Dec 2017
What has been lost in the drama surrounding micro-transactions is that the game just simply isn't fun. SW:BF (2015) may have botched the DLC and been very clearly aimed at the casual mass market, with perhaps a low skill requirement, but it was a fun alternative to conventional FPSs. There were huge maps where objective-based skirmishes could be happening at several different locations, and players could take all kinds of relevant roles of their choosing.

This BF2 just feels like a boring port of a conventional FPS, but with added time to kill and forced into the Star Wars world. The class based system limits the ability to choose custom kit that suits your play style and the role you want to play. The maps are terrible, all being based around combat at single choke point, before one team makes progress and both teams move on to the next narrow chokepoint. Players can no longer jump into vehicles or turrets around the field that are available; you have to score point in-game to unlock the chance, which will be difficult for average or worse players who are competing against experienced players who will have unlocked the p2w abilities that provide 15-40% boosts in key areas like health, special ability recharge etc.

Spent the best part of £100 for new PS+ subscription and the game in order to play this, and I can't see myself playing it a huge amount. The only mode that has the fun of the original is Starfighter Assault. I think you'll find a lot of people, and especially kids, tailing off quickly in the amount of time they play this game, simply because it isn't fun compared to SW:BF (2015). I had no idea about this prior to purchase as the only thing you heard about the game was the micro-transactions furore.
for some reason i cant buy anything from the store, wtf!
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