Fallen Order's official box art.
In the 15-minute gameplay demo, we see Kestis infiltrate an Empire outpost on the Wookie planet of Kashyyyk, where soldiers have imprisoned several of the natives.
But, I still think there's a layer of depth within the combat, and how you use the Force powers to take down enemies more efficiently. We also saw lightsaber combat (which looks absolutely incredible) as well as usage of force abilities.
The gameplay revealed Saw Gerrara was involved with the story in the game, which is a character fans would be able to recognize from The Clone Wars and Rebels animated shows along with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. We also looked at games like Bloodborne and Dark Souls that have the same types of methodology.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is coming via Origin on November 15th. The Standard Edition is $59.99, but the Deluxe Edition will run you $69.99. This narratively driven, single-player game puts you in the role of a Jedi Padawan who narrowly escaped the purge of Order 66 following the events of Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith.
If the gameplay you've seen so far wasn't enough to sell you on Fallen Order, the developers have promised to showcase more footage tomorrow at 1PM PT, during Microsoft's pre-E3 conference. There are also a lot of creatures on display, that seem to attack both you and the Stormtroopers you are fighting against. In a nifty twist, BD-1's sound design comes courtesy of longtime Star Wars sound designer Ben Burtt. As part of this authentic Star Wars story, fans will delve into a galaxy recently seized by the Empire. Explore and overcome a wide range of challenges focused on combat, exploration and puzzle-solving.
Fallen Order appears to be a linear experience, where you go from one area to the next, taking out enemies. Cal dispatches a rooftop guard with his force push ability, and jumps inside the AT-AT.