If you’re a fan of Star Wars space battles, this might be the game for you. EA announced today that their new Star Wars game is all about controlling famous starfighters. The game has a narrative single-player campaign, but the emphasis will be on multiplayer.
Multiplayer & Customization
In Fleet Battles, players engage in strategic 5 vs 5 multiplayer space battles to demolish the opponent’s flagship, and in Dogfights the aim is to simply defeat as many opponents as possible. “Pilots are victorious as a team while tailoring the composition of their squadrons to their playing styles, crushing their opponents, and accomplishing objectives in well-known and brand new locations, including the gas giant of Yavin Prime and the shredded moon Galitan,” said the press release.
Star Wars: Squadrons must be given a variety of cosmetic options and customization options. When players are promoted, they earn parts such as weapons, hulls, engines, and shields; in addition to cosmetic items that allow them to customize their cockpit, the exterior of their ship, and the appearance of their pilot.
The single-player campaign takes place just after the Battle of Endor, so the Death Star II has been destroyed. You switch sides every so many flight, so sometimes you play as the Vanguard Squadron of The New Republic and sometimes you play as the Titan Squadron of the Galactic Empire …
According to EA, you will certainly encounter some well-known headlines from the Star Wars universe, just like in Star Wars Battlefront II.
Star Wars: Squadrons can be played on many platforms from October 2. You can (of course) play on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, with the PC version you can choose between Steam, Origin and the Epic Games Store. Fortunately, the game also offers crossplay between the different platforms, so you can play with friends on other platforms and you are faster in a match.
The gameplay reveals of Star Wars: Squadrons will take place during an EA Play live stream on June 18 at 1:00 AM, only for the early (or late) birds … If the game already seems top you can pre-order via the different platforms, the game will cost 39.99 euros.
There is also VR support for the game on the PlayStation 4 and PC, so if you want to get the most out of that price I would definitely go for those versions.
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