A new Star Wars game launch is normally cause for celebration. Things haven’t turned out that way for Star Wars: Battlefront II. Due to its loot boxes and microtransactions, people are downright furious with DICE and EA. Thanks to the efforts of DankGeek, we can now see which states are the angriest about Battlefront II.Below is a map created using geotagged Twitter data that had negative sentiment for EA and Battlefront II this past week. The data was compiled with over 100,000 geotagged tweets.This is a list of the top ten angriest states based on the percentage of overall tweets.DelawareWashingtonNevadaArizonaWisconsinNew HampshireUtahIllinoisNew YorkIndianaMost states in the south didn’t seem troubled by Battlefront II‘s microtransactions and loot crates. The northeast is largely apathetic too, save for New York, Delaware, and New Hampshire. Things are different in the Midwest and West, where many of the Twitter reactions are decidedly negative. Out of all the Western states, only Montana and New Mexico are fine with Battlefront II‘s DLC.This past week hasn’t been great for the upcoming Star Wars title. A recent Reddit thread from EA meant to explain some of the game’s most criticized aspects backfired big-time; leading EA to slash the price of in-game heroes by 75%. Reviews haven’t exactly been kind either, with most sites giving Battlefront II relatively low scores. This controversy has even brought the gaming press and its readers together. These days, gaming journalists and readers don’t really see eye to eye. In this case, both are on the same page with regards to how EA is handling DLC in Star Wars: Battlefront II.Will all of this negativity result in lower-than-expected sales? I suppose we’ll find out after the game launches tomorrow. November NPD results should be interesting. EA Is Taking Another Crack at Single-Player Star Wars, Battlefront II6 Awesome Star Wars Video Games in Humble Bundle’s Huge May the 4th Sale Stay on target Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.