Star Wars Battlefront 2 Storm Trooper

Members of the Hawaiian State Legislature are continuing a crusade against video game loot boxes, with two bills introduced in the State House and Senate. With the bills targeting video games with randomized awards, specifically Star Wars Battlefront II, this is only the next chapter in a long saga over the loot box controversy.

Battlefront II has been the prime example of a video game accused of predatory behavior with an alleged “pay-to-win” model, with players being encouraged to buy loot crates for the chance of winning items and weapons that give them the edge in battle. After several complaints, publisher EA and developer DICE introduced
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Video Game Loot Boxes Targeted in Proposed Hawaii Legislation

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