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After the recent fan uproar over on Reddit, EA finally listened to their gaming community about "Star Wars #Battlefront 2's" in-game credits. This is a huge development especially now that the game is just days away from being released.

EA finally heeding the call

EA has just posted an official statement coming from DICE's Executive Producer John Wasilczyk as he announced some major changes within "Star Wars Battlefront 2 [VIDEO]'s" hero cost and the amount of time for these characters to be unlocked. According to the blog post, Wasilczyk stated that they'll be reducing the required credits to unlock the top end heroes of the adventure shooter.

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According to Wasilczyk, 75 percent will be slashed from the required credits to unlock characters like Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker. That being said, the mentioned heroes will now be unlockable at 15,000 credits. Other characters – Chewbacca, Emperor Palpatine, and Leia Organa can be deemed playable at 10,000 credits. Inferno Squad's Iden Versio, on the other hand, will be available at 5,000 credits. These changes will be made live the same day the newsletter is posted through an update that will be loaded into the title.

In line with this, other players are waiting for updates on the game's "#The Last Jedi" DLC especially now that EA made some tweaks to "Star Wars Battlefront 2's" in-game credits.

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Fans are now musing what the cost of the characters Finn and Captain Phasma will be by the time the content drops.

What is Project Resurrection?

Meanwhile, faithfuls who got to play the game's campaign mode ahead of its release were quite intrigued with what Aqualish Gleb spoke of during the latter parts of the game. In a scene where Gleb is having a serious talk with Hask, she asked if the so-called Project Resurrection is a go.

This made fans believe that this could be connected to Supreme Leader Snoke and the mysterious machine inside his throne room in "The Last Jedi." The events in "Battlefront 2" transpired right before "The Force Awakens" took place. The word on the street is that this could be a plan to build Snoke's rumored life support system since it was revealed early on by Andy Serkis that his character is a vulnerable antagonist in the sequel.

"Star Wars Battlefront 2" will be released on November 17, while "The Last Jedi" is slated to hit the silver screen on December 15. In the meantime, check out a video about the upcoming game here: