Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – Official Extended Demo shows off 26 minutes of gameplay footage

Electronic Arts and Respawn have just released an extended demo for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, showing 26 minutes of gameplay footage. This video shows more gameplay footage than the previous E3 2019 demo that EA showcased earlier this month, so we strongly suggest watching it.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is an action-adventure game set after Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith. Players will develop their Force abilities, hone their lightsaber techniques, and explore the ancient mysteries of a long-lost civilization—all while staying one step ahead of the Empire and its deadly Inquisitors.

According to the developers, the game will feature several planets that the player can elect to travel to via starship. On these worlds unique abilities and upgrades can be found that open up new paths across other planets, making retraversal an essential part of the gameplay experience.

The top of the demo showcases a hand-crafted sequence Respawn refers to internally as a Star Wars moment. Midway through look out for a small peek into the planet hopping system, an example of an upgrade/acquire, as well as the Metroid inspired map (in action)..

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is powered by Unreal Engine 4 and according to EA it will not feature any multiplayer modes or microtransactions, will not have any planned DLCs, and will be solely focused on a single-player experience. The game is currently scheduled for a November 15th release.

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