Star Wars Battlefront 2: Get lots of credits quickly
Use this guide you must, and complete the collection of heroes you can.
Definitely the biggest issue Star Wars: Battlefront 2 has faced at launch is its progression system. Confusing, haphazard and demanding, you can back off more than one. But the truth is that you do not depend 100% on loot boxes to unlock all the contents: the heroes and villains of Star Wars, in fact, are unlocked with internal credits that you can get without spending a penny. In this guide, we go over some of the best ways to get them to unlock that Luke Skywalker or Darth Vader that they call us so much as soon as possible.
First of all, we leave a table with the credits you need to unlock each hero. This transaction can be carried out from the "collection" tab of the main menu.
|Heroes for 5,000 credits|
|Heroes for 10,000 credits|
|Heroes for 15,000 credits|
That said, we have to clarify that it will take us about ten hours to get our hands on the most expensive heroes on the list. Star Wars Battlefront II does not give much room to exploit the internal economy of the video game, but if we know what we are doing the process will speed up.
Squeeze Challenges The game challenges are optional challenges that you can complete by playing. There are all kinds and for all modes, and among the rewards we usually find new weapons, creation pieces and credits. If you consult the corresponding tab, you will find that some are really easy to get. For example, playing 10 minutes with each basic soldier class in multiplayer will earn you 750 credits, and it will take only 40 minutes. As many others will earn us 1,000 or 2,000 credits, and other temporary challenges will be added little by little.
Campaign: 9,000 credits in about seven hours The game's individual campaign is a reasonable source of credits, at least in his first round. Depending on your playing skills and your interest in appreciating the scenes and cutscenes, it should take between four and eight hours to complete. Many of the missions that make up this section of the game give you lots of 500 credits as a reward - eight, of twelve in total, to be exact, going up to 4,000. In addition, completing the campaign will reward us with 5,000 credits immediately. Doing the math, our first contact with the history of the title ends in 9,000 credits. You can only do this process once, but it is almost enough to get you one of the most expensive characters, or the two cheapest.
More specifically, the chapters that give you credits are the prologue and missions 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 10 and 11.
Multiplayer and Arcade When it comes to multiplayer missions, which will occupy most of our time in Battlefront 2, it should be noted that you will be rewarded at the end of each game, and your performance does not affect your reward at all. Both the best and the worst player on the team earn the same number of credits, which will range from approximately 200 to 500. Taking both facts into account, it may seem that letting yourself be won quickly is more beneficial than playing a close game, and nothing is further from the truth. However, considering that you normally play to enjoy the game, we recommend those looking for quickly unlock your favorite character Avoid the Galactic Assault and Starfighter Assault modes, because the games are very long. Blast, Strike, and Heroes vs. Villains are modes with shorter matches that allow you to collect credits more quickly.
For its part, the arcade mode will reward you with 100 credits for finishing a mission, which can be repeated as much as you want and at various levels of difficulty. However, the limit of credits that you can get in this process is 4,800 for each hour of play, a quite respectable amount.
Daily Boxes - Enter Battlefront 2 every day you can. From the main menu you can open a loot box containing some credits and crafting pieces. It doesn't take more than a minute and they can come in handy the next time you go in for a few hours of play.