EA recently drew Microtransaction at Battlefront II

Battlefront II
EA has just announced it has pulled microtransaction in the game Star Wars Battlefront II. The surprising thing was that the decision was announced several hours before the game was released on November 17th.
Nevertheless the feature still exists and will come back after the EA made a revision in the Progression system on Battlefront II.

"We heard you all, that's why we turned off all features in-game purchase for a while," said DICE GM Oskar Gabrielson.

"Right now, we are trying to improve things so that Battlefront II can perform as expected by gamers."
The EA decision this time was a response from the gamer's protest against the Progression system at Battlefront II. In the game, players must play up to tens of hours just to unlock a special character. While in this game there are many characters that are locked.

Battlefront II also features microtransaction. Players can buy loot box to get Star Card that can strengthen the character being played.

Star Card can be said as an alternative for those who want to play using strong characters, because the item can change the status of ordinary characters become stronger.