Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order's BD-1 Can Sing A Melody From A New Hope, And It's Great

For longtime fans of the series, one of BD-1's tunes will sound a bit more familiar than others.

Those who have been playing Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order have been enjoying the company of BD-1, the primary droid companion. Throughout the game, BD-1 will make various droid noises and sing the occasional tune. For longtime fans of the series, one of those tunes will sound a bit more familiar than others.

While battling a couple of droids, Reddit user, shino, discovered BD-1 singing a small snippet from the song, Imperial Attack, which was composed by John Williams all the way back in 1977 for A New Hope. BD-1 sings the song during an intense battle with a couple of Imperial Security Droids, amongst a series of blaster shots and lightsaber swings - adding a bit of comedy and nostalgia to the battle.

BD-1's small musical easter egg provides for just another great example of the level of depth and detail that Respawn Entertainment was able to include within Fallen Order. While the game is a fairly straightforward single player experience on the surface, a vast degree of hidden secrets and unlockables give players plenty to find in addition to finishing the game's 15-hour narrative.

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Overall, Fallen Order is quite the breath of fresh air in the world of single player Star Wars games, as it brings to the table what is easily the best combat that the franchise has ever seen. Taking large inspiration from the world of Dark SoulsFallen Order will make you feel like you're playing as a Jedi through deep lightsaber and force progression, but if you're not quick on your feet, you'll probably find yourself respawning a bit more than you might expect.

In the world of Star Wars movies, John Williams has just recently finished scoring Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker, marking the ninth Star Wars film that the composer has worked on, spanning across 42 years. In the world of television, The Mandalorian recently premiered on Disney Plus, and has been met with a overwhelming praise from fans and critics alike. On top of this, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has been a critical and financial success, so it's safe to say that things are going pretty strong in the galaxy far, far away.

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