Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Won’t Have Any Microtransactions
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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a Souls-like Star Wars game from developer Respawn Entertainment and publisher Electronic Arts. While we’ve seen 25 minutes of gameplay (view at the bottom of this article) many gamers might have one simple question: Since it is published by Electronic Arts, will the game have any microtransactions? Well, the answer is no.

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This should make fans interested in the title from Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts very happy as microtransactions have no place in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Speaking to, the game’s producer Kasumi Shishido and writer Megan Fausti (as per a translation) has confirmed that there will be no Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order microtransactions. asked:

We’ve already seen that you can change the look of lightsabers. Can you say anything about the depth of the customization options and assure that we do not have to buy any components?

To which the game’s producer, Kasumi Shishido responded, saying that:

I can assure you that there will be no microtransactions in our game. Much more important is exploring and returning to searched areas. We have distributed boxes within the game world and they are not randomly distributed. They are for good reasons at their localities and the parts in the boxes are tied to the plot. So the players should be motivated to a return trip. The lightsaber customization is really fun. We were actually inspired by the new lightsaber workshop at Disneyland.

That’s an excellent stance especially since it sounds like not even cosmetic changes will be locked behind any type of microtransactions.

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What do you think about the decision by Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts to not have any kind of microtransactions in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order? Are you excited for the game that releases on 15 November 2019 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One? Let us know in the comment section below.

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