Since it was announced by EA that Star Wars: Battlefront (2015) would not grant players a campaign game mode, fans have been furious and left ripped off after spending the standard $60 on a game that felt unfinished to make way through for DLC for another $50.
Most games have a narrative single player experience, as it does benefit the community who prefer or solely play offline during their gaming experience.
John Boyega who most recently starred in the movie phenomenon Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) as male protagonist 'Finn', has come out on Twitter to question EA on why there is no campaign mode in their Star Wars title.
EA did then mention the Bot filled side missions that are available, but let's be honest, they're pretty lackluster in comparison to 'Instant Action'.
So Boyega is a fan just like the rest of us, it's honestly great to see someone with a bigger voice than us take action on some of our issues with the game.
It's unlikely that a star as big as Boyega will convince EA to green light anything like a single player campaign but it does help our chances with a potential sequel for the game where we will hopefully re-visit space battles too.