Another leak surfaced on the internet today about the highly anticipated sequel “Star Wars Battlefront II.” The new leak reveals that game developer DICE has a new system that will fight players who practice quitting multiplayer matches before it even ends. The much-awaited title is scheduled to start its Open Beta on October 6, 2017. Those who have pre-order the game will have the chance to access the Beta, which will be available on all platforms.

Latest leak

Other leaked information was recently revealed by the Reddit user named Some_Info. According to the Redditor, DICE has a new Anti-Quitters system implemented on “Star Wars Battlefront II.” The new system, unlike other games, is more of a reward than a punishment that will inspire players to continue playing the match for its entire duration.

This is the same user who previously leaked details of the Beta content a couple of weeks ago. The information the user shared was all proven accurate when Electronic Arts revealed that the game’s beta would allow players to play Strike on Takodana. This is the location fans saw at the “Force Awakens” and can be found around Maz Tanaka’s castle. The leaker also shared about the Starfighter Assault on Fondor as well as the Single Player mode Arcade that is playable on Naboo map. Moreover, Some_Info also gave fans information about the Galactic Assault on Naboo.

Anti-Quitters system

Like in other games, some players leave the game minutes or seconds before the end of the match. Most of them are basing their decisions on the advantage of the opponent or by feeling that they are already defeated.

With the new Anti-Quitters system of DICE second game installment, the developer is hoping that this practice will be avoided. The idea is that the more you play finished matches the more credits you will be earning.

Players who play between three and five minutes, they will be rewarded with a small bonus. For those who play between five and seven minutes, they will get 15 percent more.

On the other hand, spending between seven and ten minutes playing the game will reward players with higher credits. There will be approximately between six and seven rewarding criteria that will progressively increase for the last ones. This will give the player second thoughts about leaving the game. This new Anti-Quitters system is most likely included in the game’s beta.

New gameplay

Meanwhile, a YouTube channel named PlayStation Access shared a New gameplay. This was taken during the EGX 2017. You can check out the video below.

“Star Wars Battlefront II” is scheduled to be released on November 17, 2017. The game will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.