"Pending player reaction and feedback, and how everyone's feeling about it, we would love to continue making awesome experiences and stories and keep telling that story in Star Wars". Had the EA but someone earlier said - Oh, wait a minute ... There's also a digital art book and a behind-the-scenes video on the development of the game.
The latest outing for Respawn and EA in the Star Wars universe puts players into the shoes of Cal Kestis and paints a handsome world in between the action of Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope. Well then look no further than Lenovo's Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR bundle, which packs in a Lenovo Mirage headset, a lightsaber controller and tracking beacon for one low Black Friday price. This record is probably related to EA's return to Steam.
Motivated by the success achieved by the action-adventure videogame, Respawn Entertainment declares that it's open to seeing that success to continue in other games. Fallen Order is also available on Valve's platform and has gained a lot of potential buyers. In fact, while this deluxe edition is available on PS4 and Xbox, the game is actually EA's fastest-selling "Star Wars" game for PC.
However, it is in the nature of things that single player games cannot be well monetized for years unless a publisher puts more time and resources into an expansion.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which was initially released on November 15, is already beloved by both gamers and avid "Star Wars" fans. Would you spend another 20 euros for a reasonable DLC or should EA not even start fiddling around with the game?