Star Wars Jedi Fallen Online has “optional” online features. Respawn Entertainment has already confirmed there is no multiplayer mode in Jedi Fallen Order so “optional” online play needs a bit more clarification from the developers.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order is set to release later this November on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Respawn Entertainment has confirmed the title to be single player focus experience. The multiplayer section of Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, the optional part, needs to be explained a bit.
What else needs to be explained is the addition of cosmetic items in the game. Developers have confirmed there are no microtransactions but the addition of cosmetic items raises questions. Even if the game doesn’t have microtransactions, knowing EA the company may later try to monetize cosmetic items.
More Star Wars news will be shared at EA PLAY which is set for early June 2019. However, what we do know about the game thanks to early details is that the combat is being compared to Dark Souls.
Jedi Fallen Order is releasing on November 15 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game is now available to pre-order on PlayStation Store, Xbox Live, Origin. There are pre-order bonuses for Star Wars game but more news about that will come later.
Players can pick up Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order for $60 and its Deluxe Edition for $70 which comes with additional content.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order trailer came out recently and showed a single player narrative that revolves around Order 66. For the novice, Order 66 is when the Galactic Empire purged the Jedi order.
The story is canon and set after the events of Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith.