The micro-transactions in “Star Wars Battlefront 2” have earned Electronic Arts a lot of negative headlines.
However, according to the Chief Financial Officer Blake Jorgensen, one hears constant feedback from the community and responds to their wishes. This is very important to successfully run games like “Star Wars Battlefront 2” that rely on a live service.
As Blake Jorgensen added, people should be patient and understand that EA is listening to the community and changing the game to make it better. The recent changes to “Star Wars Battlefront 2” were not the last adjustments.
Anyway, it’s clear that Electronic Arts, like many other publishers, is fully committed to the live services. It’s not really about playing games anymore, now live services are being played. EA has the feeling that it has great value for consumers.