Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order gameplay demo revealed at E3



▲ Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order's official box art.


During Electronic Arts' scheduled "EA Play" presentation at this year's E3 conference, more information was revealed regarding the upcoming single-player title that looks to reinvigorate a franchise more than 40 years in the making.


Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which is set to release on November 15 across numerous platforms, was given a 14-minute gameplay demo in front of a crowd of enthusiasts who are hoping that Respawn Entertainment, the game's developer, will deliver on the upcoming title.


In the gameplay demo, fans were treated to an early mission in the campaign where the main character, Cal Kestis, a young padawan, had to infiltrate a clone trooper infested stronghold shortly after Order 66 was carried out in episode three of the franchise.



On planet Kashyyk, Cal was forced to not only use his power of the force to free a horde of Wookies but fend off the creatures of the world as well. Alongside his droid companion, BD-1, who acts as the game's HUD, the two will hop from planet to planet to hopefully restore order to the galaxy.


Although the footage shown was in the alpha state, a heavy emphasis was placed on the player's ability to manipulate The Force to push, pull, slow down and double jump around foes in between weaving their skills with a lightsaber.


With the game set to launch in six months, the team said they still have a lot of work to do in order to finish off a project that has millions across the world (and Jedi universe) chomping at the bit.


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