Players who pre-order Respawn’s Jedi: Fallen Order will get access to some unique cosmetic equipment for their lightsaber and droid companion.
Just a little while ago, Respawn Entertainment revealed the first trailer for their upcoming game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Now, we’ve also gotten new details on the game’s Standard and Deluxe Edition.
Players who pre-order the Standard and Deluxe Editions of the game will get access to unique cosmetic equipment for their lightsaber as well as the droid, BD-1, who follows you throughout the game. The Deluxe Edition will also include a behind-the-scenes suite of footage showing the creative process behind the game. Additionally, it seems like this version will also come with more cosmetic equipment on top of the pre-order bonuses.
These pre-order bonuses seem pretty standard for a single-player game like this one. Respawn Entertainment’s Vince Zampella said that the game will be a fully single-player experience with no microtransactions. After many fans were upset with the microtransactions included in DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront II, it’s nice to know we probably won’t have to worry about any impending controversies with Fallen Order.
In other news, during the Jedi: Fallen Order Star Wars celebration panel, the actor who’ll be portraying Cal Kestis, the main character, was revealed. We also learned more about the actual character as well as who’ll be accompanying him during his journey. Jedi: Fallen Order will take place during the galaxy’s darkest days in between Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and Episode IV: A New Hope.
You can check out some of the first concept art for the game below. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will launch on November 15 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. If you’re interested in checking out the game for yourself, you can pre-order it on Amazon right now.
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