X019: ‘Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’ Live-Action Trailer “Become A Jedi” Released
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Xbox kicked off their X019 event today across the pond in London with a showcase of some of the titles coming to their platforms. Ahead of the game’s launch this week, a new live-action trailer for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order from developer Respawn Entertainment and publisher EA was shown.

The trailer, dubbed “Become a Jedi,” features regular everyday folks doing what so many of us did growing up: playing Star Wars. And while games like this can’t make you a real Jedi, they give us a satisfying taste of what it’s like to wield such power.

Continue below for more info on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and the live-action trailer.

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E3 2019: Single-Player ‘Star Wars’ Game ‘Jedi: Fallen Order’ Gets A 14-Minute Gameplay Demo
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In April a reveal trailer was released for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which publisher Electronic Arts promised would be the single-player game fans have been begging for since EA scored a deal with Disney giving them the exclusive rights to develop Star Wars games back in 2013. It’s been over six years since that deal was signed, and only multiplayer shooters Battlefront and Battlefront II, as well as a mobile game, have been released. With this game EA was finally promising no multiplayer and no loot boxes, just a single-player adventure to enjoy.

At the time it was assumed that we might see more when E3 2019 rolled around. And with the gaming convention kicking off this weekend, EA did just that by holding their EA Play event. During the presentation the first gameplay from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which is developed by Respawn Entertainment, was unveiled. The video runs nearly 14 minutes long, and you can find it below along with more info on the game.

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‘Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’: EA Finally Unveils Story-Driven, Single-Player ‘Star Wars’ Game With New Trailer
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It’s been nearly six years now since Disney signed an exclusive deal with Electronic Arts to handle all Star Wars video games. That deal has not gone very well, to say the least. It’s actually been kind of a shitshow. In those six years, only three games have been released—Battlefront, Battlefront II, and a mobile game—despite having multiple teams working on various projects.

Fans have been begging for a good single-player Star Wars game, but EA kept focusing on the money-making multiplayer. They did, to be fair, add a single-player campaign to Battlefront II after outrage over there not being one in the first game. But it was primarily a multiplayer game, and we still haven’t gotten that story-driven, single-player game we’ve been craving.

But now there’s a new hope. Today, a reveal trailer was released for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, a story-driven single-player action game which EA promises will have no microtransactions or loot boxes. You can check it out below.

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The Drill Down 529: E3 2018
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On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, AT&T can now merge with Time Warner, FCC chair Ajit Pai lied to the American public, Net Neutrality is dead…now what?, our favorite gaming picks from E3 2018 … and much, much more.

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The Drill Down 503: Nyet Neutrality
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This week, is Tesla the greatest getaway car ever, The Force is not with EA, Fake comments flood the FCC, Net Neutrality, how wi-fi can read your lips, and much, much more.

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