The system for progression in the new Star Wars is very complicated and can be incredibly hard to figure out for a novice. This Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Progression Guide will tell you how the progression system works and how you can swiftly level up without having to waste your time figuring out the intricacies of the system.
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Progression Guide
The progression system works in somewhat the same way that is employed by Call of Duty. Your score is added up for kills, objectives and other advantages that your team gets from you and at the end of the game, you get some XP and credits. Read on to find out how to quickly level up inside of the game.
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Progression
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Currencies
There are three different types of currencies that you will acquire through the course of the game. You can use them to open loot crates, purchase packs and upgrade star cards.
Credits are usually earned from playing matches and completing challenges. You can use them to open Loot Crates. Crystals are obtained by buying packs for real money or completing challenges.
They are also used to open loot crates. Lastly, Crafting Parts are earned when you play matches, open crates and complete challenges. You can use them to craft new Star Cards or upgrade the strength of a preexisting one.
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Star Cards
Star Cards make you stronger in battle. They are acquired by opening crates and each hero, trooper and vehicle can use three star cards.
Boost Cards apply improvements such as health regen or energy regen. Ability Cards apply improvements to specific heroes, troopers and vehicles such as Killstreak Infiltration replenishing active time whenever you kill an enemy.
Your character or vehicle starts with one slot to equip a card but those slots are increased when you increase your rank. Star Cards can by either Common, Uncommon, Rare or Epic. The better the card, the stronger its effect. You can also use crafting parts to upgrade these cards once you get to a certain rank and class level.
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Loot Crates
Similar to other games, these crates can be opened with Credits or Crystals and they can include from anything such as Star Cards to Crafting Parts to victory emotes. There are a total of three types.
Trooper Crate costs 4000 Credits or 200 Crystals, Starfighter Crate can be bought for 2400 Credits or 120 Crystals and the Hero Crate costs 2200 Credits or 110 Crystals. If you receive any duplicate items, you will earn Credits rather than being given the duplicates.
Weapons and Heroes
Weapons can be upgraded for each class by hitting the killcount milestones or through Loot Crates. Heroes can be purchased with credits. Each hero costs a different amount of money depending on their worth.
That is all we have for our Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Progression Guide. Let us know if we missed something using the comments section below!