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     Post subject: Fans want ea to abandon star wars licenceThe more haters of
    PostPosted: December 5th, 2017, 3:42 pm 

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    The more haters of Star Wars fans to EA are becoming more apparent after the Battlefront 2 controversy. Fans who do not want the series are getting damaged to petition to force EA to abandon the Star Wars license.

    Given the controversy over the past Star Wars Battlefront 2, surely this problem should have subsided, right? EA's decision to turn off the microtransaction is at least enough to appease the players' anger, but apparently fans who are not satisfied with the decision come up with a petition to ask EA to abandon the Star Wars license.

    The petition, called Revoke EA's Star Wars License, comes from the disappointment of Star Wars fans. Uploaded via the petition website, John Hunt expressed his frustration over the EA that he said had used the Star Wars franchise to reap some money from players.

    If investigated further, the petition writer not only explains the issue of the Star Wars Battlefront 2 controversy, but also about the Star Wars games previously developed by EA as well. John considers the price given by EA for 'semi-finished' games is very unreasonable.

    One of the games mentioned, the Star Wars Battlefront released in 2015, is priced at $ 60. This price may seem reasonable if the content provided is abundant, but the first Battlefront release only offers 5 multiplayer locations and 4 game modes. This is considered not worth the price offered.

    Not only that, John adds issues about the review copy given to large media as well as striking differences with the retail version. In the version given for review, EA deliberately reduces the credits required to unlock the characters so reviewers do not post complaints about hidden microtransactions.

    And of course, the Visceral Games are turned off by EA. Who does not remember Visceral developing a Star Wars game? This developer studio must be closed by EA on the grounds that the game being developed feels too linear and not in line with what they want.

    Currently, the petition that John has opened has reached 100,000 supporters of the required 150,000 total. The fans who signed the petition are hoping LucasFilm will follow up straight away. If this petition is successful, LucasFilm could just unplug Star Wars from EA and give it to other developers.

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