As promised, our first look at Star Wars: Squadrons gameplay is right here. At EA Play Live 2020, developer EA Motive — which additionally labored on 2017’s beleaguered Star Wars: Battlefront II — unveiled a six-minute gameplay trailer for the brand new Star Wars recreation, which showcased what flying and dogfights would really feel like. The Star Wars: Squadrons gameplay trailer additionally brings us the primary glimpse at the single-player marketing campaign, which is about after Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
Star Wars: Squadrons appears actually promising from what we get to see right here. And think about with the ability to do all of this in digital actuality. Except you will not must think about with Star Wars: Squadrons, since it’s going to be out there in VR on PC and PS4 — in full. Single-player, multiplayer, you bought it.
There are not any microtransactions in Star Wars: Squadrons, and all in-game rewards can solely be earned by placing within the work, in what’s a response to previous errors. EA appears to have learnt its lesson from the Battlefront II debacle three years in the past, when it earned the wrath of Star Wars followers for baking in pay-to-win mechanics with loot bins that might be bought with actual cash. That, on prime of a recreation which value Rs. 3,999 / $60 to start with, didn’t sit properly.
EA goes additional in pleasing potential patrons with the introduction of cross-platform play on Star Wars: Squadrons. While the choice has been out there to builders for some time now — Sony was the final to offer the nod in September 2018, after which opened it to everybody in October 2019 — EA has but to introduce it to any of its large franchises. The solely exception has been Need for Speed Heat, which obtained crossplay on June 9.
Star Wars: Squadrons is out October 2 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.