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First gameplay trailer released for Star Wars Squadrons

Electronic Arts has released the first official gameplay trailer for Star Wars Squadrons. Star Wars Squadrons will be a first-person space dogfighting game set after the events of Return of the Jedi.

The game is developed by Motive Studios and will include both single-player and multi-player campaigns. Furthermore, the game will support cross-play between PC, Xbox One and PS4.

Electronic Arts has also confirmed that the PC version will support VR from the get-go.

In Star Wars Squadrons, players take control of starfighters such as the X-wing and TIE fighter. Players will be able to customize loadouts and cosmetics, divert power between weapons, shields, and engines, while immersing yourself in the cockpit.

Here are some additional details about the game’s multiplayer mode.

” Buckle up and feel the adrenaline of first-person multiplayer space dogfights alongside your squadron. Pilots who enlist will step into the cockpits of starfighters from both the New Republic and Imperial fleets and fight in strategic 5 vs. 5 space battles. Modify your starfighter and adjust the composition of your squadron to suit varying playstyles and crush the opposition. Pilots will triumph as a team and complete tactical objectives across known and never-before-seen battlefields, including the gas giant of Yavin Prime and the shattered moon of Galitan.”

Star Wars Squadrons releases on October 2nd. You can also find the game’s official PC system requirements here. Lastly, the game’s Steam store page has some more details about it.

Enjoy this first Star Wars Squadrons gameplay trailer and stay tuned for more!

Star Wars: Squadrons – Official Gameplay Trailer

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