Fallen Order revealed that it may be the Star Wars game we've all been waiting for over the weekend. From the Muppets to Spider-Man to Samurai, everyone wanted to make their Star Wars costume different. Thousands of Star Wars fans gathered at McCormick Place in the Windy City to courageous the wind one day and the snow another (we're going to call that "Hoth Appreciation Day"). This is that, amplified by the fact that, while no one really thought Borderlands 3 would be battle royale, we had every reason to believe EA would pull its usual tricks with this game. There are a few exceptions but you're more or less with him the whole time. Cinematic, Immersive CombatJedi: Fallen Order delivers the fantasy of becoming a Jedi through its innovative lightsaber combat system - striking, parrying, dodging - partnered with a suite of powerful Force abilities you'll need to leverage to overcome obstacles that stand in your way. Co-founder Vince Zampella, being a member of EA's executive team, would have sway in protecting the creative direction of any game Respawn creates. Admitting her view on why EA changed its stance on single-player only games is speculation, she said "I don't know why the change of heart happened, because that was very clearly not an acceptable plan when we were working on Ragtag!".
"And then we want you to interactively discover all the stuff that we put together".
Hennig went over how the choice to cancel the title was made in Summer of 2017 with the team being informed in October of that same year. "No microtransactions. It's a story game". "Of course they do, of course we do".
Now the director of that game, Amy Hennig, has reacted to the news about Jedi: Fallen Order - and also offered some more insight into what her cancelled Star Wars game was going to be like, saying that it was supposed to "look and feel like Uncharted". "And I'm glad for Respawn's sake, because I'm excited about their game, and I've heard great things about it".
The rest of the post reveals some new details on the game Hennig's team was developing.
Licensed Lego games from developer Traveller's Tales all started with the Lego Star Wars games, and according to some rumors coming out of the Star Wars Celebration Convention, fans may get a sort of "ultimate collection" sometime soon.