With only a few days left before we have the first playable glimpse of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, now Respawn Entertainment has talked about the thematic and aesthetic tone of one of the most anticipated videogames of this year.
“We definitely want to have a wide range of emotions and themes in this game,” said Stig Asmussen, director of the game and an industry veteran who also directed God of War 3. “There’s a place for hope. ” in our video game, and there is also color. Either by moments that we spread throughout history, or also by how we approach the artistic plot of the title. We do not want it to be always sad ”
The intention, however, is to try something beautiful no matter what the theme is currently dealing with the adventure. ” You can find beauty in things that, in reality, are frightening or even show desperation & quot ;.
“The missions of the game, yes, will not be linear or open,” Asmussen replied. “Every time you see more video games where the important thing is not how many enemies kill you, but the ability to imagine what is the best way to do it (…). This is how we want to face the battles of a game so eminently overturned in the melee, one where the enemies have to have some intelligence so that the difficulty does not turn around having to do, for example, have hits on each of them. have to think every time you enter a fight. “
As we say, there are only a few days left until we see Star Wars Jedi on the move: Fallen Order, one of the most promising events of E3 . Do you want to know when it will be unveiled? Do not hesitate to consult when EA Play begins, the Electronic Arts conference, in our date and time index of E3 2019.