• Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was presented at E3 as having linear gameplay, but it seems that is incorrect 1 / 9

  • Instead, sources say that the entire game is akin to a Metroid style progression system 2 / 9

  • This is significantly different from what we were shown at E3, making us wonder how on earth this was not discussed 3 / 9

  • Players are given command of a ship with a crew and the ability to explore planets in any order they desire 4 / 9

  • Each map needs to be fully explored by the player, but at first there will be certain paths that are locked until a prerequisite is met 5 / 9

  • This means that players may visit a planet once for a main mission but may need to return later if they wish to unlock everything 6 / 9

  • This might be how to unlock upgrades, to master Jedi skills, upgrade your Droid companion, or simply to learn everything about the story 7 / 9

  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will release on November 15, 2019 on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. 8 / 9

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