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Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order will not have any DLC, the game will be present at E3 2019

During a series of questions and answers with Twitter fans, Jay Ingram of Electronic Arts, revealed some more details about Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, the new project that convinced Respawn Entertainment to put in break a second title secretly under development at the house of Titanfall and Apex Legends.

Among the most interesting information shared by the US publisher community engagement specialist, we discover how Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order will not propose any DLC post – launch : the intent of Respawn Entertainment, which is enjoying complete creative freedom with this title, is to deliver a self-contained single player experience into the hands of the players. The news can only arouse a certain sense of amazement, considering that the recent corporate policies of Electronic Arts veered towards online multiplayer products with continuous support conceptually opposed to the type of work that is carrying out the study led by Vince Zampella.

Presents instead the cosmetic elements which will allow us to customize our laser swords and our aesthetic skins. Respawn has already confirmed that there will be no microtransactions within the game, which is why we are led to believe that all items will be available through the in-game currency.

Ingram also confirmed that during the EA Play 2019 that will be held at the ever new edition of E3 Los Angeles we will have the opportunity to admire the title in action . Who knows, maybe the one in Los Angeles is not the right place to show the real gameplay of the title for the first time.

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Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order is expected November 15th on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. [19659006] function cc_launch_facebook_pixel () {
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