Introducing Star Wars – Jedi Fallen Order

During the last few years many times a Star Wars single-player game was first announced and then canceled. For years we dreamt about entering again that expanded universe as a true protagonist, only to discover that we were merely one of the many. DICE, in fact, did an excellent job with their Battlefront franchise yet those titles were, for the most part, multiplayer only. Battlefront II did sport a single-player campaign which, although really good, was way too short to be considered a full-fledged game.

This time, though, it is for real, since the release date for the game has been already announced. Take a look at the following video and discover all about it.

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4 thoughts on “Introducing Star Wars – Jedi Fallen Order

  1. I am really positive about this game! And once I decided NO MORE quick cash games from Electronic Arts..well, this comes along! LOL.. Oh..well..

    Hope you have a great day Goblin. 🙂

    • As much as i hate EA i will always buy a new game from them, especially when they promised it to be an OFFLINE game and with ZERO Microtransactions. I have one concern though, this game does look way too much like Titanfall in terms of movement and there are some things i really didn’t like in the footage graphics wise.

      That said… They have cancelled all interesting Starwars games the last decade so… I won’t hold my breath for this one.

      • The “titanfall” part scared me as well. Let’s hope it’s not the core gameplay, or I will have to skip this one

    • Thanks. You too

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