Creative Star Wars Battlefront 2 Player Is Using Rubber Bands To Earn Credits
Earning credits in Star Wars Battlefront 2 is not an easy task, which are important to earn in order to buy gear, however, the credits awarded at the end of each match have been great but one creative player has found a way to farm for credits using rubber bands.
Reddit user F0ngen has designed a device for the controller using nothing but rubber bands that basically moves your character around in Star Wars Battlefront 2. The device causes the player to not get kicked out of the game for being AFK.
While the credits awarded at the end of each match are not enough but with time they stack up quite a lot.
The rubber bands ensure that the character stays in constant movement and not get kicked out for inactivity. While the idea is interesting but it ruins the experience for other players as it will result is a huge number of AFK farmers.
However, another Reddit user Lowberg has created a device to farm for credits in Star Wars Battlefront 2. This device is much more sophisticated compared to the rubber bands that constantly press buttons and moves the character around.
Battlefront 2 has been under heavy criticism for its implementation of loot boxes that potentially lock the progression system. However, according to a report, originally Star Wars Battlefront 2 loot boxes weren’t this ridiculous and were only meant to have cosmetic items.
The report suggests that Star Wars Battlefront 2 loot boxes were originally meant to have only cosmetic items instead of Star Cards but, the loot boxes were changed by the developers at the request of Disney’s Star Wars division Lucasfilm.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 is first-person action shooter developed by EA DICE for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.