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Rainbow Six Siege will receive a 3rd year of DLC & additional support in 2018 following Ubisoft’s announcement. Players will receive 8 new Operators, 2 new maps, & 1 “existing map makeover”.
Year 3 will consist of 4 seasons, much like Years 1 & 2, each including 2 new Operators. The first season is called Operation Chimera which includes “biohazard specialist” characters from France and Russia. It’ll also include Outbreak, which is a new limited time co-op event; it will be free to play for all Siege owners, and it’ll take place over 4 weeks during Season 1 of Year 3.
Season 2 will include 2 new Italian GIS Operators and & new map set in Italy. Season 3 brings with it 1 character from UK’s Scotland Yard & 1 from US’s Delta Force. An existing map will be reworked for this season, bringing “considerable changes to level design and art …
EA has stopped selling Star Wars Battlefront 2’s premium currency, Crystals, ahead of the game’s launch. They aren’t gone forever, but won’t come back until the progression system has been tweaked.
The message sent out in a tweet can be seen below;
Today, we turned off in-game purchases for #StarWarsBattlefrontII. The game is built on your input, and it will continue to evolve and grow. Read the full update: https://t.co/asGASaYXVp pic.twitter.com/vQSOmsWRgk
— EAStarWars (@EAStarWars) November 17, 2017
Before this announcment, Crystals could be purchased with real money and spent opening crates which contain Star Cards: abilities and enhancements that can be equipped separately by the many classes, vehicles, and characters. The crates can now only be purchased with in-game Credits, which are earned by playing, or unlocked as rewards for completing challenges.
This move by EA isn’t surprising after the recent up-roar from …
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Battlefield One looked stunning on the frostbite engine, Fifa even had its moments but here we are with a brand new game on this wonderful graphics engine which according to EA will make any game look great. But Bioware have actually managed to screw it up, ladies and gentlemen welcome to Mass Effect …