Star Wars Battlefront 1 is one of the well-known titles in the first-person or third-person shooter genre. This game is a reboot of the original Star Wars series and perfectly captures its look and feel.

However, some are disappointed as they are facing issues with the gameplay.


Star Wars Battlefront 1 progress and the in-game currency lost or reset

According to reports (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8), multiple players are facing an issue where their in-progress gets reset or lost. The issue has been persistent for the past few weeks and affects gamers across multiple platforms.

One player complains that progress and credits from their in-game profile have recently got reset. They say that it’s useless to earn new credits as one cannot purchase anything.

Also, they get a ‘Purchase Failed’ error message while they try to do so.

Another user also claims that their in-game currency has been reset. However, their stats are still visible.


I hopped into the game just to see all my progress back to level 16.

I lost my progress, anyone know how to fix please?

Some even claim to have stopped playing the game and they are now requesting EA DICE to resolve this problem as soon as possible.

A gamer on Twitter says that a planned server maintenance update for the game has caused the player’s progress and stats to have got reset.

Official acknowledgment

Fortunately, EA’s support team on Twitter has officially acknowledged this issue and is currently investigating it. However, no ETA for the bug fix has been provided.


We do hope that EA DICE fixes this bug soon.

We’ll keep tabs on the issue where the in-game progress and currency get lost or reset in Star Wars Battlefront 1 and update this article accordingly.

Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Gaming section so be sure to follow them as well.

Featured image source: Star Wars Battlefront 1.

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