The initial changes to Star Wars: Battlefront II are all about the space bucks

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The first big change for Star Wars: Battlefront II is here. Electronic Arts and DICE have outlined their initial fixes to the much-maligned loot box progression system, and the changes primarily focus on the rate at which players amass in-game cash.

Credit payouts after the end of every match are being increased in general, and top scoring players will see even bigger rewards. Daily login crates will give you more crafting parts, which are essential for upgrading cards and increasing the level of classes, ships, and heroes. Finally, the daily cap on Arcade mode is being increased to 1500 credits.

In regular update news, factional challenges are coming. Starting tomorrow, players can pick The First Order or The Resistance and fulfill objectives for their side to attain extra rewards.