Respawn Entertainment’s long-awaited Star Wars game is about a Jedi on the run. More importantly: it’s leaving all the recent Star Wars game baggage behind.
That’s a big deal, and the news Respawn’s Star Wars Celebration actually led with. Before they even got to detailing anything about the game’s story and setting, they confirmed that Fallen Order is a story-driven single-player game with no loot boxes, no multiplayer, and no microtransactions.
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The game is described as a third-person “melee game,” with you playing as a Force-wielding, lightsaber-swinging Jedi named Cal Kestis. Respawn’s first trailer skips gameplay in favor of story-focused cutscenes, featuring the young, on-the-run Jedi running through his three rules for survival in a post-Order 66 galaxy. Read more…
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