If you are playing Star Wars Battlefront, there are some mistakes to avoid if you want to get the most out of your time and money.
Last year, EA and DICE finally released their new installment in the Star Wars series. Star Wars Battlefront is available on PC, Xbox One and PS4 and it puts gamers into epic battles starring familiar characters from the movies.
There isn’t much customization outside of building the looks of your character but you do have a lot of flexibility once you enter a game. You can sit back and snipe. You can use vehicles. You can do grunt work in the trenches capturing points for your team.
I’ve been playing Star Wars Battlefront since launch. I’m a veteran of the Battlefield series so I have a ton of experience with DICE’s massive multiplayer games. I now have a ton of experience with Battlefront’s ranking system and gameplay and I want to share some lessons that I’ve learned over the past few months.
These are some of the things you shouldn’t do in Star Wars Battlefront. I’ve made some of these mistakes in the game already and you’d be wise to learn from them. There’s also an added bonus at the end that might save you some money.
Let's start with one of the more obvious things to avoid.
While you might be tempted to cheat to get ahead in rank or gain an advantage over people, you should avoid doing so. EA has some extremely harsh penalties in place for Star Wars Battlefront purposefully exploit the game.
The company's outlined the punishments here and they range from getting kicked to getting permanently banned from the game. EA will also reset your stats if it deems it a worthy punishment.
Reaching that 50 level cap is difficult enough. The last thing you want to do is get banned from the game and knocked back down to the lower ranks without Cards, weapons or any of the character customizations you've worked hard to get.
Exploiting the game might sound great but it's a mistake you don't want to make if you want to continue playing a game that you paid good money for.
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