EA and DICE have released not too long ago loot-boxes called Fixes Deployed. These loot-boxes stand as compensation to fans for a milestone bug that seemed to have prevented fans from claiming their reward.
If you weren’t aware, EA and DICE were under fire for Star Wars Battlefront 2’s milestone bug. The outcry from gamers through the bug drew enough attention to get EA and DICE to cook up a loot crate to compensate gamers over the glitch that prevented them from claiming their reward(s).
We all know that this isn’t the first time that EA and DICE have been in hot water and called out by gamers and fans alike.
Instead of dwelling on another controversial topic that happened in the past, EA and DICE have released a compensation loot-box to gamers for the milestone bug, which goes by the name of Fixes Deployed. Thanks to Reddit user JThrillington we can see exactly what it has to offer and what it says.
“Sincere apologies. Here are some credits for the inconvenience.”
If you don’t know, at times there have been fake Star Wars Battlefront 2 loot-crates showing up across the web that do not exist and are solely aimed to stir up controversy. To confirm that this Fixes Deployed is real YouTuber Bros. of Battlefront has a video on it.
The video above reveals that when you login you should receive 4,000 credits as compensation, and it turns out that you’ll also get four Star Cards.
In other news, DICE has noted it’s hard at work on new content for Star Wars Battlefront 2, which should fill the game up with more things for players to indulge in. It’s unclear at this moment what Star Wars Battlefront 2 fans will get through the next update, but the next update should be announced soon.
But with all of that said, what do you think of EA and DICE’s latest move? Do you think that the Fixes Deployed loot-box holds any merit or no?