Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order doesn’t have any planned DLCs, cosmetics confirmed, more stuff at EA Play 2019

In a series of tweets, Jay Ingram, Community Engagement Specialist at Electronic Arts, revealed some new details about the upcoming Star Wars game, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. According to Ingram, Fallen Order is a project that Respawn wanted to make and EA did not force it to the studio.

Ingram also claimed that there are currently no plans for any DLCs, and the priority right now is to create and release a strong self-contained story.

Furthermore, Ingram hinted at more stuff to be shown at June. This obviously means EA will, most likely, release the first gameplay footage at EA Play 2019.

Now while Electronic Arts claimed that the game will not have any microtransactions, its Deluxe Edition did reveal that there will be cosmetics. Ingram did not reveal any additional details so a) these cosmetics can be solely unlocked via in-game currency or b) EA will implement micro-transactions after the game’s release.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be a third-person single-player adventure game in which players will take control of Cal who will gain new abilities as they player, allowing them to access and explore new places.

The game is currently scheduled for a November 15th release!