Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Finally Receives First Trailer
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order from EA and Apex Legends' Respawn Entertainment has finally received its first trailer.
We’ve known about EA and Respawn Entertainment’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order game for years, and today we finally got the first trailer and some more details about the game. This reveal confirms that it will be a single player game with no microtransactions and that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will come out for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on November 15
This trailer also does a good job at setting the stage for what we can expect from this title. It is a third person action adventure game with traversal, puzzle, and combat elements that takes place between Revenge of the Sith and the original Star Wars. Players control a Padawan who survived the massacre of Jedi following Order 66. The game follows their journey to survive in the years that follow as the Empire tightens their grip around the galaxy.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a unique title as it is the first single-focused Star Wars game published by EA. Hopefully, this means the game will be able to avoid the controversy that befell the last EA Star Wars title to be released, Star Wars: Battlefront II. Disney seems happy with the direction the game is going, with Steve Blank, Director of Franchise Content & Strategy at Lucasfilm Story group saying “a single player, story-driven title in the Star Wars universe was exactly what we were looking for, and we know the fans have been eager for one, as well.”For die hard Star Wars fans, we also know that the game will be getting merchandise this fall.
You can check out the reveal trailer and the continuing Celebration livestream for yourself below. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order for PC, PS4, and Xbox One will finally be released by EA on November 15. The game can be pre-ordered on Amazon right now for those who want to gain access to “unique cosmetic content.”
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