EA DICE is doing its damned hardest to try and iron out the major issues with Star Wars Battlefront II, with the industry giant now confirming it's tinkering away with the progression system of the beleaguered sci-fi extravaganza. 

Writing in a new update, the developer revealed that 'significant changes' are in the pipeline for the progression system, although wouldn't actually commit to what these will include. What's more, we won't actually find out until March. 

The studio noted that feedback from gamers 'has been essential' and that the changes will 'address many of the things we've seen players asking for.' After the whole microtransaction debacle, this definitely sounds like a step in the right direction for those of you still sticking with the game.

Elsewhere, EA DICE confirmed that a limited-time mode titled Jetpack Cargo is rolling out in February, which sees two teams of eight players slugging it out in a 'fast-paced' and 'frantic' battle. Players can also look forward to a new season rolling out, though details weren't provided. 

Despite all these promises from EA, one still has to wonder if Battlefront II's reputation has been irrevocably tarnished by the various problems that have plagued the game since launch. Is it a case of too little, too late? In the meantime, Alice is still finding Battlefront II's single-player component by far the most compelling thing about it

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