STAR WARS™ Battlefront™ II - Star Cards Guide - MGW: Video Game Guides, Cheats, Tips and Tricks

STAR WARS™ Battlefront™ II – Star Cards Guide

STAR WARS™ Battlefront™ II - Star Cards Guide

You can get Star Cards from Crates, from gameplay, or by crafting them.

 

There are two different types of Star Cards available:

 

 

Boost Cards

  • These give an overall boost to your character, for example, faster recharge times.

 

  • As you rank up, you can upgrade your boost card to make the boost more powerful.

 

 

Ability Replacement Cards

  • Use these to replace one of your abilities, you can choose to use these for a situational advantage or on a more regular basis to tweak your playstyle.

 

  • You can upgrade these as you rank up too.

 

Star Cards have four different ranks: Common, Uncommon, Rare, and Epic.

 

Epic Star Cards, other than the ones available with pre-order, deluxe and starter packs, are mostly crafted.

 

 

Equipping a Star Card

1- In your Collection, choose the Class that uses the Star Card.

 

2- Click on a Star Card or an empty Star Card Slot under Equip & Craft Cards.

 

  • If you want to replace a card you have equipped, select it and choose Unequip.

 

3- Select the card you want to equip and click Equip.

 

 

Crafting a Star Card

1- In your Collection, choose the Class that uses the Star Card.

 

2- Click on a Star Card or an empty Star Card Slot under Equip & Craft Cards.

 

3- Choose the Star card you want to craft, and click Craft.

 

  • If you don’t have enough Crafting parts to make the card, the Craft option will be greyed out.

 

 

Crafting an upgrade to a Star Card

1- In your Collection, choose the Class that uses the Star Card.

 

2- Click on a Star Card or an empty Star Card Slot under Equip & Craft Cards.

 

3- Find the card you want to upgrade, select it, and choose Upgrade.

 

4- Check that you have enough crafting parts to pay for the upgrade, and check the level requirement on the right, then click Confirm.

 

  • If you don’t have enough Crafting parts to upgrade the card, the Craft option will be greyed out.

 

  • If you get an error message with Error code: 1,608, you most likely do not meet the rank or card level requirements for the upgrade. Try the upgrade again once you meet the requirements.

 

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