E3 2018: EA is bring Star Wars back


E3 is back, starting with an EA conference. They revealed several new games in the Battlefield, FIFA, Madden series. They presented a new “Cloud-based game streaming service,” that will allow gamers to “stream games to their phone and attach their own controllers or play on a laptop.”

However, the news that piqued my interest was the new entries in the Star Wars universe. Personally, I don’t really care about Star Wars: Battlefront 2 but if you do there will be “brand new multiplayer sandbox mode,” as well as Clone Wars characters. The most potentially promising game announced was Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, a new single player game that is set between Star Wars Episode III and IV. Expected to be released in 2019, the game may see player play the role of the Sith. Star Wars games have been disappointing, I’m still waiting for a KOTOR remake, maybe this game will be good.

Check out more from E3 here: Fandom  and the Verge

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3 thoughts on “E3 2018: EA is bring Star Wars back

  1. Considering Respawn are best known for the Titanfall games, they certain have the skill to make a solid title. A game themed around being a Jedi seems a touch out of their wheelhouse though so I remain to be convinced.

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      1. I just think melee combat wouldn’t be playing to their strengths, but I look forward to being proven wrong! From a first person melee perspective, something similar to the Condemned games could work well.

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