While much of the attention on Star Wars: Battlefront 2 surrounds its Multiplayer Mode and the Loot Crate uproar, it's easy to forget that the game is shipping with a much-requested Single-Player campaign. In the campaign, players step into the shoes on an Imperial Commando, Iden Versio, the leader of the Inferno Squad, whose primary job was to prevent the destruction of the second Death Star. The game picks up at the moment that Inferno Squad fails in that task, and shows the desperate aftermath of the event.
DICE recently (and finally) stepped forward to clarify their Loot Crate system, saying that the complete system wasn't present in the beta and that it will "continue to be tuned over time." Pricing details on Crystal, Battlefront 2's in-game currency, have also been revealed, and you can check out those details here.
Regardless of how it may look sometimes, DICE says that they are reading "pretty much everything" on fan feedback, so if you've got something to say, don't hold back. Star Wars: Battlefront 2 releases on November 17th, 2017 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.