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Star Wars: Squadrons
Star Wars: Squadrons

Star Wars: Squadrons announced for PS4 and Xbox

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EA has unveiled Star Wars: Squadrons, a game that will take players in an “authentic piloting experience” the game features cross-play multiplayer, with single-player campaign and no microtranscactions. The game will launch on October 2, 2020 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via Steam and Epic Games Store.
Master the art of starfighter combat in the authentic piloting experience Star Wars™: Squadrons. Buckle up, feel the adrenaline of first-person multiplayer space dogfights alongside your squadron, and learn what it means to be a pilot in a thrilling Star Wars™ single-player story.
Take full control of different starfighter classes from both the New Republic and Imperial fleets, such as the X-wing and TIE fighter. Modify your ship, divert the power between its systems, and destroy your opponents in strategic space dogfights.
Check the official reveal trailer down below:

The game will feature intense 5v5 dogfights, players will team up with their squadron in a thrilling Star Wars single-player story. Players will be taking a first person perspective in the pilot’s seat. Star Wars: Squadrons features support of VR on PlayStation 4 and PC with cross-play support.

Electronic Arts also announced that a gameplay reveal of Star Wars: Squadrons will take place on EA Play Live, the company all digital event taking part of Summer Game Fest that will unveil a new slate of games. EA Play Live starts on Thursday, June 18 at 4pm PDT.

After the cancellation of four Star Wars projects, Electronic Arts seems to have found the right formula to make a really good game for enthusiasts, certainly, the large developer and publisher also shows a promising sign by stating that Star Wars: Squadron will not have micro-transactions. Surely, fans will be expecting more for Electronic Arts, something more like the previous projects, Orca and Ragtag, a nice headache to have for the developer.

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