In Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order You Can Pilot an AT-AT and Customize the Lightsabers

In Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order You Can Pilot an At-At and Customize the Lightsabers

In the course of the EA Play 2019, we finally got to see Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, a title by Respawn Entertainment that doesn’t hide the influence of Dark Souls and Bloodborne.

Meanwhile, new details about the game are beginning to appear on the net. The people present at EA Play were able to attend an extended version of the gameplay video shown yesterday , in which the padawan Cal Kestis is shown, busy piloting a mighty AT-AT: the Padawan is able to climb on it, like if it was in Uncharted or Shadow of the Colossus, and take control of it. In these situations, a reticule appears for the aim and the camera adapts perfectly to the cockpit. The section shown was on tracks, but able to offer a high rate of spectacularity.

Furthermore, in an interview given to Game Informer, the developers of Respawn Entertainment have confirmed that the players will be able to customize the lightsaber. ” You will find different colors, handles and other components with which to modify the design of your lightsaber”. In any case, don’t expect a red laser: this is usually associated with the Sith, and it has been confirmed that Cal Kestis will not be able to choose which side to force on. He is a Jedi and will remain so.

Star Wars Jedi: Falle Order will be launched on November 15th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. In the last few hours, we also got to know the Stinger Mantis spaceship, which will act as a central hub and allow the protagonist to move between the planets.