Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Has “Cosmetic Equipment,” Pre Orders Now Live

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order pre-orders are now live on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Players can pre-order Jedi Fallen Order Deluxe Edition for $70 or the base edition for $60. There aren’t many details available at the moment regarding Jedi Fallen Order, however, there is an interesting bit that just came to light.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order features “cosmetic equipment for your adventure.” The cosmetic items come with the deluxe edition of Jedi Fallen Order. It is unclear at the moment if EA would actually make them available in-game through currency or microtransactions.

Respawn has already confirmed that there are no microtransactions or loot boxes in Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order nor do the developers plan to add them later on. You can pre-order Jedi Fallen Order and gain access to exclusive behind the scenes director’s cut and unique “additional cosmetic equipment.”

“Additional” suggests there are more items available in the game which confirms there are cosmetic items in Jedi Fallen Order which isn’t the issue at all. In fact, these items can actually add to the experience. However, exactly how players get access to these items will remain a matter of concern considering EA’s history with microtransactions and in-game economies.

Get the story behind the game with the STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order Deluxe Edition, featuring a ‘Director’s Cut’ suite of behind-the-scenes features and content as well as additional unique cosmetic equipment for your adventure.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Deluxe Edition pre-order also gets you a PlayStation 4 theme (only available in North America). There is more pre-order bonus content but more details will arrive later on.

Jedi Fallen Order Pre-orders are available in the UK and North America at the time of this writing. According to PlayStation Store, Jedi Fallen Order will unlock at 12 am eastern time, November 15 on PlayStation 4.

While there is no multiplayer in Jedi Fallen Order, it does seem to have some form of “online play” which is “optional.” We’ll know more about this optional online play as we get closer to release.