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There's an "Update on Star Wars Battlefront II" on the Electronic Arts website from Oskar Gabrielson, the GM of DICE (thanks PC Invasion). He announces that they have felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out they were not buying SWBF2. As a result of the outcry they are temporarily disabling real-money purchases in the Star Wars action sequel until they can work out how to make them more palatable and less Palpatine. As a result, all progression in the game will require actually progressing in the game, though it sounds like the allure of the dark side will eventually bring the return of microtransactions. Here's the announcement, which begins with some sort of Jedi mind trick thanking fans for raking them over the coals over this:
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