It’s a Trap! Star Wars: Battlefront’s Scarif DLC is Super Buggy – Bad News for Season Pass Owners
To coincide with the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, a new multiplayer map based on the film’s climactic battle on Scarif was made available for Star Wars Battlefront. While the movie is enjoying a massive amount of success, the Scarif DLC has been causing a large amount of trouble for gamers.
When the Rogue One-inspired content was originally announced, people were expecting new characters, a new game mode, and an enormous patch for the base game to look forward to. When the DLC hit the store, disappointed players found that it also came with a Death Star-sized list of bugs, one of which locked out season pass owners from their previously purchased content.
Publisher Electronic Arts has since offered a workaround for gamers affected by the season pass glitch, citing “a new change to license files” as the culprit. Other Battlefront players haven’t been as lucky, with several game-breaking bugs being reported, many currently without a fix. Hopefully, EA can get a patch out there before Battlefront‘s reputation is too badly hurt (Cough, cough).
Did you experience any issues with the Rogue One: Scarif DLC? Are you frustrated that EA would put out a content pack in this condition?What did you think of the Rogue One movie? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to transport to these other Star Wars Battlefront articles!
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