A report from Kotaku said that Respawn Entertainment’s Star
Wars Battlefront spinoff was cancelled after EA decided that it didn’t want to
wait for any further delays. The good news that came via this report was that
two new Star Wars games were in development, one of which would be a sequel to
Fallen Order and the other being a “smaller, more unusual” game from EA Motive.
Now, it’s looking like we’re getting our first look into what we can expect from the game coming from EA Motive. Well, kind of, as we now have a look at what could very well be the first piece of logo art and the name “Star Wars Project Maverick.”
The game Maverick has been added to the european PSN! pic.twitter.com/H0wmojX4S1— PSN releases (@psnrelease) March 4, 2020
The tweet above comes from a Twitter bot that didn’t release any other information outside of...
When Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
was launched, anyone that pre-ordered was lucking enough to get a bunch of
cosmetic extras. Since the game is more about customizing your lightsaber than
your character, this was a pretty big deal. Now, just a few months after Fallen
Order was released, EA has decided to give everyone access to the same cosmetic
goodies. So, now you can customize your lightsaber with green, blue, red, purple,
or even orange.
On top of this BD-1 can be fitted
with the Bee-D-1, which gives him the look of a diminutive construction bot,
dressed in all yellow. You also now have access to the Gold Squadron ship skin.
At this point, you’re probably
bummed out if you were one of the folks that pre-ordered the game, but you’ve
also had some time to enjoy the exclusivity, so EA figured it was time to
spread the love. Of course, if you’ve already beaten...
We've finally been able to spend some time playing Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, and it couldn’t be more epic.
Let’s start with the storyline so far. As we know, the game’s timeline is set after the execution of Order 66, one of the most devastating events that occurred to the Jedi’s all over the universe. We’re one of the last survivors, not even a Jedi yet. The game covers this “lack of skill” in a very good way as the force is weak and must be used with caution.
If you’ve played enough, nothing may surprise you, as the game itself (even on the hardest difficulty) is still easy to play. We call it easy considering it requires the basic dodge and attack skills like in any other game. Enemies will be more aggressive than usual, but there aren't any mistakes to make that will...
Star Wars Battlefront
2: Celebration Edition is coming in a few days, and it contains a lot of new
skins and customization features. It will also feature new maps, modes,
vehicles, and even new characters. The player community will remain together,
regardless of the edition, the only difference will be made by cosmetics and
other “esthetic” features.
In the large pool, we
remind of more than:
100 new Hero/Trooper emotes and voice lines125 Trooper/Reinforcement appearanceAll free updates, past or future.
More than 25 Hero AppearancesSix Legendary AppearancesAn Appearance for Rey, Finn and Kylo Ren
December 5 will mark the release date, which will also mark the first big update. It will be free, so we win on both sides.
The new Reinforcements
Appearances will grand new looks:
Soon enough Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order will become available (15th November 2019). As you may have guessed, the story is placed after the terrible “Order 66” when all the Jedi, some of the masters, padawans, or just young children we’re murdered.
We’ll play as Cal Kestis, a young padawan who runs from the Empire. He revealed his powers to a droid to save his friend, and now, you must make your way to a safe place by cutting your way forward and using the force to escape some of these situations. Keep in mind that the Jedi training is not complete, which means a lot of skills aren’t fully mastered just yet, but he must adapt faster as the Empire takes over the galaxy and destroys all of the remaining Jedis.
Pre-order bonuses will include tree different skins for
your lightsaber. You can make your sword...
It is confirmed the classic Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast will be released on Nintendo Switch starting September 24th, 2019. The official announcement came from the company at the September 2019 Nintendo Direct event. Since its release in 2002, Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast has been a fan favorite in the large Star Wars community.
Described as a third-person shooter and developed by Raven Software, the game allows the opportunity to play as a "Jedi." Besides, that's the whole reason most of the fans want to play - who wouldn't like a lightsaber? It was quite popular for its campaign, even more than the multiplayer world, but then again, 2002 was a different time, wasn't it?
In the Switch version, we will be able to play just the campaign and no multiplayer will be available - at least not yet, anyway. Also...