Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Won't Have DLC or a Season Pass

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After all the backlash caused by Star Wars Battlefront II, it's easy to see why EA decided to take a step back and work on a single-player game like Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Since EA has left many a bad impression on gamers, most of us have assumed that the company is greedy and just wants money, hence the amount of DLC and microtransactions in their games.

Most of us assumed that Jedi: Fallen Order would have DLC but that doesn't appear to be the case.

When asked by a fan if there would be DLC, EA community manager specialist Jay Ingram revealed that there are no plans for that. The company seems to be aware of all the heat they've gotten so this will be a self-contained single-player experience. Which is kind of odd since other single-player games like Spider-Man also have DLC.

Still, it will be nice getting a game and not having to worry about all of the additional content that might be coming. We haven't seen a single-player game not focus on DLC since God of War on PS4 (why wasn't it called God of War 4?), so this really feels like a breath of fresh air. Let's just hope that the game is fun since that will make or break it.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order comes out on November 15 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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