Star Wars Battlefront Rogue One: Scarif DLC Plagued with Problems
Looks like of all the Battlefront DLC, Scarif is the rogue one.
Released this month to coincide with the hype-wave for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the Scarif DLC for Star Wars: Battlefront has arrived, but not without fault.
Scarif is the last DLC pack to be released for Battlefront, and brought with it two new heroes, a new Infiltration game mode, and a huge patch for the base game. It has also caused a lot of trouble for purchasers, with a large list of bugs across all platforms being tracked by developers, including an issue that causes owners of previously released DLC to lose access to their purchased content.
For some season pass owners, previous DLC packs have been locked. EA has issued a workaround, citing a reissued license as the root of the problem. Other users have reported an inability to unlock hutt contracts for the medical droid, an exploit on the U-Wing phase of the new Infiltration mission, sonic imploder kills not registering, and challenges resetting or not responding to in-game actions. Multiple users have even reported an issue in which the mission-critical U-Wing is marked as 10,000m away, meaning rounds in that state can never end.
If you think it might be a good idea to hold out for a while before picking up the Scarif DLC, maybe our gameplay video will tide you over.
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