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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Extended Gameplay Video Released

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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the new action adventure of Respawn Entertainment, former creators of Titanfall and Apex Legends. In the role of Cal, padawan rescued from Order 66, we will have to become part of the rebellion and escape the Inquisition of the Empire. At E3 2019, we got to see the game in a 15-minute gameplay video that brought to light a work that is perhaps not particularly innovative, but certainly interesting for movie fans.

Now, a new gameplay video has been shared, again in alpha version, inside which we can see various unpublished scenes, which also include an AT-AT walker. Moreover, it is possible to review the same game phase of E3 2019, but explored in a different way: it seems therefore that the player will have more freedom than expected. Indeed, the Metroid series is one of the main sources of inspiration for Respawn Entertainment.

If you were left wanting to see something more, now EA invites us to see the same gameplay again with the difference that this is an extended version of 26 minutes that was only shown behind closed doors and that everyone can see now.

Stig Asmussen, director of the game, wanted to take advantage to send a message accompanying this new video in which he assures that it is the biggest demo for the E3 in which he has worked throughout his career. At first, the objective of teaching the first 15 minutes was to show the gameplay with the lightsaber and the powers that the young Padawan Cal Kestis will have.

Asmussen says the adventure will be challenging and we’ll travel across several planets to acquire new skills and improvements, something that he hopes will be better understood with this new more complete gameplay that promises to be one of the great games of the final stretch of this year.

Today we also discovered reasons why Respawn Entertainment decided to use the Unreal Engine 4, rather than Frostbite, as typical for EA teams.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will hit stores on November 15 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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