Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order novelties on the Microsoft store page

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order novelties on the Microsoft store page

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is officially revealed, but still there’s not so much information about it.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is revealed as a single-player-only action adventure with a hunted Jedi disciple as protagonist, this is everything we know so far and won’t know until E3 happens, but the game’s Microsoft Store page showed some tidbits to keep us guessing and waiting.

The Sci-fi and futuristic setting of the game is common among other games – Outriders Boosting Services can be ordered in our store. More concretely, the page is about the combat of the third-person action adventure. It call its Lightsaber combat “cinematically-charged”, which it says will provide “the kind of intense Star Wars Lightsaber battles as seen in the films.”

All that actually means that Fallen Order’s combat will include strikes, parries, and dodges. Force potential will increase the fights, unlocking more and more of them over the gameplay. Although, it’s hard to guess what that exactly is like in practice without seeing it.

Fallen Order will might be similar to Sekiro or Souls, seeing as it’s combat designer is in charge of God of War 3’s combat. But we may also be looking at an upgraded version of the Lightsaber combat in Battlefront 2, which, serviceable, but not spectacular.

Beside the main hero, the summary also shows that the Padawan will be resqued by “a former Jedi Knight”. The identity of the Jedi Knight is still unknown, but we got a brief look at the pilot, and the droid in the trailer

Somewhere else on the page, it says a campaign spanning different unique biomes as we explore “the mysteries of a long-extinct civilisation”, and remake the Jedi order. This will lead down to research, puzzle-solving, and combat throughout variety of environments.

This all surely seems amusing, and, and considering the people who develop it, has the opportunity to be a special game.

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order goes live November 15 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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