Respawn Entertainment just recently dropped the first trailer for its highly-anticipated Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order videogame at this year's Star Wars Celebration in Chicago and it looks like fans are freaking out.
Not only does the trailer boast great graphics for Respawn Entertainment's upcoming Star Wars action-adventure first-player videogame, but it also teases the gritty and exciting story of a young Padawan who managed to escape Order 66.
After seeing the trailer fans have taken to Twitter to express their excitement over the game, gushing over Fallen Order. Gamers seem to be truly impressed by the trailer, and they're ready to throw their money at Respawn Entertainment to get a copy of the game.
Check out some of the tweets down here:
The trailer isn't the only reason why fans are excited for Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order. Earlier today, the game's producer Blair Brown headed to Twitter to announce that Respawn Entertainment's new Star Wars project wouldn't have any microtransactions or multiplayer to go along with it.
EA's learned a lot from the backlash it received from mishandling Star Wars Battlefront II. While gamers were pretty excited about the Star Wars Battlefront sequel after seeing its gorgeous graphics and its single-player campaign, EA managed to spark ire from fans after announcing that the game would have the same loot boxes and microtransactions that have been troubling other games like Middle-earth: Shadow of War and NBA 2k18.
The backlash against EA's microtransactions reached its peak right before Star Wars Battlefront II's release in 2017, and it affected the game's sales.
Hopefully, EA keeps the microtransactions out for good.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is set to release on November 15 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.