The mode, which is titled "Ewok Hunt" and will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (accessible if you have Xbox Live Gold or PlayStation Plus), will place you on Endor in the middle of the night as stormtroopers on the ground clash with Ewoks up in the trees. It sounds like a lot of fun and nearly like a horror film for the hopeful survivors to have knee-high, furry Odd-Jobs running around with all of their bloodlust.
In total there are forty new Trooper Appearances, including new Officer Appearances for both the First Order and The Empire. The ambush begins as Ewoks attack unsuspecting stormtroopers, using spears, Wisties, and other skills to take down their opponents.
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EA removed crystals past year following controversy over "Battlefront II's" microtransaction and loot box systems. The mode lets players battle for the forest moon as either the cuddly murder bears or stormtroopers. If the Empires forces have been completely eliminated, the Ewoks win and their celebration can begin. Real-world currency can only be used to purchase Crystals, which are only redeemable for Appearances. You won't be able to buy Star Cards with Crystals. They can also use credits to unlock iconic "Star Wars" characters like Luke Skywalker, but prior to the game's launch the characters were prohibitively expensive.
Battlefront II continues to grow as the ewoks join the fight.
Going forward, DICE implied that they want to keep up a monthly cadence of smaller content releases, while also providing larger multiple-month Seasons that will pair with big events like Star Wars film releases an anniversaries in the Star Wars universe.