Blizzard's Starcraft II. Over the past 48 hours, EA has experienced record breaking backlash on Reddit for a comment about why it charges so much to unlock Luke Skywalker and other main characters in its Star Wars Battlefront II, its latest game. The company has since lowered the prices by 75 percent.  Some fans, however, still aren't satisfied. Enter Blizzard Entertainment, which took to Twitter on Tuesday after seeing the controversy. Blizzard pointed out that its popular Star Craft II game recently went free-to-play. And just look at the tweets (and feel the burn): Number of hours it takes to earn the full StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty Campaign: 0 — StarCraft (@StarCraft) November 14, 2017 Number of hours before you can play ANY Co-op Commander in StarCraft II: 0 — StarCraft (@StarCraft) November 14, 2017 Number of pay-to-win mechanics in StarCraft II: 0Free to Play - Now Live! — StarCraft (@StarCraft) November 14, 2017 Twitter followers didn't disappoint with their responses either: — Mikey Dowling (@MikeyDowling) November 14, 2017 — Stevie (T-Rex) (@stevenoshea10) November 14, 2017 — Tori Holmes-Kirk (@supertorio) November 14, 2017 — ✖️i♏️ainWinston ✖️ (@winstonmain117) November 14, 2017 To be fair, Starcraft II is a much older game. Still, we'll have to wait and see if EA has a response to this massive burn.