Signature-gathering effort for Star Wars Battleground II receives 100,000 names
Video gamers are showing overwhelming support for bringing the game to life
A fan campaign was started a little over a month ago to make a petition to the developers of Star Wars Battlefront II. It started with the request to see more content for Star Wars Battlefront, which hasn’t had anything new after its latest major content update. Since it started, the petition has had a wild ride and it has surpassed the 100,000-signature mark with the latest update being 102,050 signatures as of today.
The campaign has evolved beyond its initial goal, and now fans are asking for the continuation of the Star Wars Battlefront franchise, too. For those fans of the Star Wars saga, the petition is still open for signature-gathering, and it is seeing great results already since EA confirmed this week the plans to release more Star Wars video games in the future. However, it is not clear if the games will carry the Battlefront brand name.
This video game has been one of the best video game redemption stories of all time, which, interestingly, had quite a disastrous launch. Now being a complete success, the transformation of the game is inspiring all fans to play this game. However, the game was cut short despite having great potential for adding relevant new content in the future.
The goal of this petition is to reach the 150,000-signature mark. The fan who created the petition, Christen Adler, insists that EA made a huge mistake when it decided to cut off the game from further development. Therefore, fans are on a mission to show EA how much success and popularity the Battlefront II game has and how much they want the franchise to continue.