Despite not even being out for the majority of players (at the time of writing), Battlefront 2 has already received a kicking from fans picking up the game early.
With their ire being primarily focused on the insidious free-to-play mentality that's haunted the shooter for the past few months, EA's desire to hoover up as much money as possible from players rightfully hasn't gone down well, leading to a huge backlash surrounding the Star Wars title.
The criticism isn't entirely focused on the business side of things though, as players are just as annoyed with the incredibly disappointing single-player that was hyped up so much in the lead up to the sequel's release.
Clocking in at around five hours max and apparently not even sustaining a compelling gameplay loop for the whole duration of that paltry runtime, players' first look at a true Star Wars story from EA has completely underwhelmed, only fuelling the outrage surrounding the sequel.
Consequently, despite having so much promise when it was first announced, Star Wars Battlefront 2 might end up being even more disappointing than the original was back in 2015.