Microsoft will show Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order at E3
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The upcoming E3 looks rather promising – and among all the unexpected surprises, there’s an anticipated first look at Respawn’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Interestingly, the game won’t be featured exclusively at EA Play – it will also appear a day before that at the Xbox press conference.
Judging by the phrasing “first look,” the Xbox conference will most likely focus on showcasing the debut gameplay footage. It is also likely to turn out fairly brief – much like the previous years when EA and Microsoft did the same things with other games by the former publisher. Both companies are engaged in marketing and promoting Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, so it shouldn’t be surprising that Microsoft is taking specific steps to draw additional attention towards its press conference. Anyway, the proper reveal of the game with detailed information is still likely to happen at EA Play where we’ll probably hear a few words from the developers themselves.
We’d like to remind you that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a strictly singleplayer narrative-driven video game without a single trace of multiplayer or microtransactions. This is a nice case for EA, which has been blamed for its deliberate overuse of monetization systems during the past few years.
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