Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Extended Gameplay Hops Between Planets

Here’s a look at the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order press demo from E3 2019

Here’s a look at the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order press demo from E3 2019

But today, the developers at Respawn Entertainment followed up with even more footage from the forthcoming adventure, adding 10 minutes of new footage.

As for why Respawn chose to highlight a more linear sequence for the first reveal, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order director Stig noted that the team wanted to show "in-game footage highlighting lightsaber gameplay that speaks to the Jedi fantasy".

We spent months going back and forth discussing the best strategy to release this content, and ultimately decided for the first-look, it was critical to present a focused 15 minutes of raw, in-game footage highlighting lightsaber gameplay that speaks to the Jedi fantasy in an empowering way. This is a lot to describe in 15 minutes of gameplay. Now, the publisher has chose to release a video of the full 25-minute slice of action, and it has a bunch of new footage to chew on. Those gamers who are familiar with Respawn titles like the Titanfall series and Apex Legends are hoping for something compelling and kinetic that offers aspects they haven't seen before, while the specter of EA looms over everything.

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"The game will feature several planets that the player can elect to travel to via starship", explained Asmussen. To absolutely no one's surprise, the game looks utterly gorgeous, filled with details that'll make any Star Wars fan happy and packed with gameplay that looks, to our eyes, quite enjoyable.

In the gameplay, we first see Cal Kestis (voiced by Shameless and Gotham star Cameron Monaghan), a young Padawan in hiding who survived the Jedi eradication of Order 66, sneaking up the side of an AT-AT with help from droid companion BD-1. The game is now scheduled for a November 15th release.

While the demo ends at the same spot as what was shown at EA Play 2019, the beginning shows a much more in-depth look at the game.

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