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Star Wars: Battlefront II evoked a rather legendary response. Browsing any game news website will show you popular stories about the failure of Battlefront II, and even non-gaming media are sought after for their incredibly low sales. Battlefront II is a complete $60 game, and it expects players to pay a staggering amount for microtransactions to access all of its content. Although this behavior is considered semi-acceptable in free-to-play games (unless the content is non-decorative and directly related to the game), for a full AAA premium game, so many things are prevented behind microtransactions It is unprecedented. The response was quick and reasonable, and EA (the publisher of Frontline II) managed to get the most negative reviews in Reddit's history. Soon after, EA removed microtransactions from Battlefront II...or more accurately, stopped them. This means they will come back, and when this happens, players need to be prepared. Before the demise of microtransactions, a particularly savvy gamer estimated that the cost of acquiring all Battlefront II content would be ... $2,100. For those who really have so much money to spend on video games, here is a counter suggestion: Check out our PC below is better than Battlefront II. Depending on price fluctuations, you should also be able to include a full $60 retail game of your choice in your budget...or you can buy one or two better games from a Steam deal. If you can't afford that much...you are like most people. do not worry! There are many budget versions on our website to provide a more value-focused PC gaming experience. If you want to save money and get a great gaming experience, check them out! However, if you have the ability to spend $2,000 on a game... and you would rather turn it into something that can benefit your entire gaming experience, rather than get the entire content of a single game... read on.
CPU: Intel Core i7 8700K CPU Cooler: Corsair H75 Liquid CPU Cooler GPU: ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB RAM:
G.Skill Flare X 16GB SSD Memory: Crucial MX300 525GB Solid State Drive HDD: Toshiba X300
Corsair RMx 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular MOBO Power Supply: Asus TUF Z370 Plus Game Motherboard Case: NZXT Phantom (White) Full Tower Case Total: $1989.36 These are the components of Better Than Battlefront PC building II. Please note that peripherals, operating systems, etc. are not listed here-if you need help with this, we have provided them in other build guides. Since these things are usually available for free or second-hand (and you may already have them!), the PC build guide usually doesn't provide them. However, please comment below for suggestions. We are happy to provide them to you. Intel's i7 series is known for its high core count, higher thread count, high clock speed, and many other terms that can add "high". Most importantly, high performance. The i7 8700K can provide top-notch gaming performance in just about any game you invest in, and in most cases it also has enough space to stream and render in parallel. If you want a really powerful CPU and are willing to spend money on it, then the i7 8700K is what you are looking for. The i7 8700K is not equipped with a radiator, so you have to buy one yourself. Since you are buying a high-end overclockable processor, why not choose a liquid cooler that allows the CPU to reach its full potential. Do you want to do 4K 60FPS? 1080 / 1440p 144FPS? Except for the most demanding games, this 1080 Ti can handle all games. Although not the best from a value point of view, it is the best GPU you can afford in this price range. For example, Titan V only needs to spend an additional $ 1,000 on top of the price of this version. Oh. 8GB RAM is perfect for most consumers, but G.Skill's 16GB kit will ensure that you never have to worry about running out of memory. Unless you are running virtual machines and servers on a gaming PC for some reason. SSD is a huge improvement in the quality of life, Crucial's MX300 is among the best in terms of price/storage/performance. You will provide sufficient space for the operating system and programs. It may not be suitable for all your games here, but some of your favorite games (especially multiplayer games) will be suitable for storage here. To be honest, this Toshiba hard drive surprised me when I looked for it. Since when can you buy a 4 TB hard drive for more than $ 100? Aside from the value for money, here you can fill almost anything you want. However, make sure to install the operating system on the SSD. The Corsair RMx PSU is relatively modest when placed with the other components in this version, but it is sufficient to power it. Corsair made a great power supply and received praise from across the industry for it. The 750W spec here is more than enough for this version's estimated 471 watt power. However, strong overclocking will start to put pressure on you. Our ASUS Z370 motherboard is equipped with additional features, as well as overall sturdy manufacturing quality and pleasant aesthetics. Most importantly, it also unlocks the overclocking function, so you can overclock the i7 to its full potential. NZXT's high-end chassis completes the build, provides a side panel window to showcase your build, and provides plenty of space for additional cooling fans, ensuring that your components have a long service life without overheating. It also looks elegant, but if you don't like it, you can always find another full tower or center tower chassis that suits your tastes better.
Let's face it: Battlefront II is a huge crossover failure. Even with a predatory pricing scheme, it suffers from unbearable server problems and downturn activities that even the most loyal "Star Wars" fans have to endure. Whether it’s paying $60 for the base game or thousands of dollars for the full content, it’s almost a
Your money is best spent elsewhere. We hope that we have provided a viable alternative. Anyway, screw EA. Leave a comment below, if you need help, please let us know!