The great protagonist of today’s day was Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and that the title of action and adventures set in Star Wars was seen moving for the first time. One of the aspects that remained in the air was how the development of your campaign will be, and in this sense there are already new features.
Apparently, the videogame has a similar concept to the style of games of Metroidvania, that is to say with a fairly linear approach but also with a part of “round trip” that allows us to use things that we unlock later, in areas that were inaccessible in the first hours of departure and that answer to the name of worlds.
It seems that everything revolves around the use of the Stinger Mantis, the ship of the protagonist with which we can move between different worlds. It is carried out, yes, without interruptions in the form of load times that could be the experience, and with everything developing in real time.
In the landing areas we can save, rest, talk or improve., world, in fact, have a landing zone to which we can return at any time to rest, save or unlock new skills with the experience points that we have obtained in our adventures. in those areas there will be possible conversations with non-playable characters tha t will serve to reveal new details about the world, the protagonist and the own story of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
The Stinger Mantis itself It will also have activities inside the ship available for players, although at the moment it has not been detailed what they will be. It is one of the secrets kept by the creators of the Titanfall saga to be revealed as the months progress.
At GamesFreeBlade we have already had the opportunity to spend time with the game, and you can check our feelings with the work of Respawn Entertainment from the impressions with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Remember that the game will be back to the news tonight at the Microsoft conference that you can follow in the magazine. Do you want to know when it starts? Check our panel of dates and times of E3 2019 on the pages of the magazine.
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