Jedi Fallen Order has no multiplayer and no microtransactions

Star Wars celebration is happening right now in Chicago and we know that Jedi Fallen Order is being unveiled tomorrow. While we know something about the game, a lot remains a mystery, however, today it has been confirmed that Jedi Fallen Order is a single-player, story focused game and it has no multiplayer and no microtransactions.

The news comes from both Respawn’s Vince Zampella and producer Blair Brown on Twitter. Zampella made the comments during a Star Wars celebration livestream and producer Brown’s tweet is below.

Jedi Fallen Order 

According to what we know so far, Jedi Fallen Order “tells a new story set shortly after the events of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith.”

It’s being developed in Unreal Engine 4 with Respawn saying;

We promise to pay respect to the Star Wars legacy at all times, a fact that will be constantly reinforced and honored as a central game design tenet.  Fans should expect the exemplary level of quality first established at Respawn with Titanfall, a game that epitomizes our studio’s dedication to slick, larger-than-life action and fun, groundbreaking mechanics.

Stay tuned for more as the game is officially unveiled tomorrow.

Leo Stevenson
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