STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order™
Star Wars JEDI: Fallen Order is an action-packed RPG set in the galaxy far, far away, in the period between Episode 3 and 4. You follow a Jedi who escaped death after Order 66, and now he’s on a mission against the Empire. The game is focused on the story, so it can be seen as one more movie or animated episode. Download Star Wars JEDI: Fallen Order for PC, PlayStation 4, or Xbox One, and enter the worlds of the generations’ favorite franchise!
We witness the most impressive Star Wars game so far. It’s made in 3D, from a third-person perspective, so you can view your character and what he sees as well. The entire Star Wars style is here: wild nature and grand factories, laser beams and lightsabers, holograms and droids, starships and unhuman intelligent creatures, and all of them look as if based on Lucas’s drafts. The game lacks the music by John Williams (hope he’s busy with Indy 5 OST now), but the background is quite a good imitation.
It’s a single-player experience, heavily narrative-based, with no open world and no multiplayer. Instead, the developers concentrate on the story of a young Padawan Cal Kestis, surviving after Order 66 and trying to get in touch with the Resistance. The events take place between Episode 3 and 4, partly crossing Rogue One: for example, we will see Saw Gerrera again, voiced by Forest Whitaker. You won’t have a chance to kill (or to become) Darth Vader, but there will be a lot to console yourself with.
There will be lots of swordfights and mech battles with AT-AT, Y-wings and other military techs involved. You will also encounter new creatures, new Resistance and Empire persons, and cute droids. One of them is, in fact, your extension that serves you as a pilot, a hacking machine, a walking battery pack, and so on.
A lightsaber is your primary weapon, and you will know how to protect yourself from laser beams, cut wires, and so on. But The Force is stronger with you, and it helps you to freeze time. As for stormtroopers, don’t rely on the famous effect: they really can hit you here.
The game supports gamepads as well as keyboard-and-mouse set. It will take some time to learn, because you won’t only use your lightsaber and send your droid BD-1 with missions. Get ready for leaping down low, liana jumping, running along vertical walls, driving an AT-AT, and all the tricks that will require special control. It’s a dynamic game with cutscenes interchanging with fast action episodes, so you better get a gamepad to feel it in your hands.
Replay Value 4/5
No multiplayer, few options, no open world. What’s here to return to? Maybe that sort of magic that makes us rewatch all the Star Wars movies (including Rogue One and maybe even Solo) from time to time. The visuals and the music create the world you want to revisit.
The Bottom Line
It’s one of the truest Star Wars games ever, intendedly made into an interactive story rather than SW-themed Counter Strike or PUBG. Logically, it’s being made into the canon from the beginning, with no controversy caused by its events.
- Graphics 5
- Gameplay 5
- Controls 5
- Replay Value 4
A story that contributes to the universe;
No multiplayer, so you can focus on the narrative;
It’s a part of the canon!
The price is rather high;
Stormtrooper effect still noticeable.
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STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order™ FAQ
Q1. I heard some rumors about the developers planning to make the iOS download option available for STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order. Is it true?
A1. No, it is not true.
Q2. How can I download STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order on PC?
A2. You need to go to Steam and follow the instructions provided there.
Q3. If I do not have an account on Steam, can I buy STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order?
A3. Unfortunately, no. If you want to purchase the game, you need first to register on the platform.
Q4. Where can I find STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order free download option?
A4. The game does not have free versions.
Q5. Can I play STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order online?
A5. No, the game has only a single-player mode.
Q6. Can I get STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order demo on Steam?
A6. No, there is no demo for the game.
Q7. So, Steam only sells STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order full game?
A7. Yes, it is true.
Q8. How many languages does the STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order latest version support?
A8. The game supports 13 different languages.
Q9. Who is a developer of the STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order?
A9. The developer is Respawn Entertainment but the publisher is Electronic Arts.
Q10. Is STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order torrent free?
A10. Yes, all torrents are free. But they can contain different viruses that can damage your device.
Q11. Is torrent the only possible way to get STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order free to play game?
A11. Yes, but you need to remember that they are not safe.
Q12. How much STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order costs?
A12. The current price on Steam is about $60.
Q13. Is the game based on the STAR WARS movie?
A13. Yes, they share the same plot and heroes.
Q14. Can I customize the character in the game?
A14. Yes, STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order has a lot of customization options.