The Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order review embargo lift date has been revealed.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order comes out very soon and fans are very excited thanks to it being a canonical and complete single-player experience you wouldn't typically associate with EA. With that being said, gamers who are undecided may be put off by the lift date for the game's review embargo.
Respawn's contribution to the Star Wars saga has been compared with Metroidvania games of the past as well as Dark Souls. As if these comparisons weren't exciting enough, there's also no tacked on multiplayer and EA has promised not to patch microtransactions or loot boxes in post-launch.
However, while all of the above is sweet music to many peoples' ears, the review embargo lift date might be concerning for those who don't trust EA.
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When does the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order review embargo lift?
The Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order review embargo lift date is November 14th at 21:00 PST according to OpenCritic.
This means fans will have nary a second to hear whether the game is good, bad, ugly or great in order to make an educated judgement for if they should buy it.
While those who are dubious of EA will no doubt be having their alarm bells ringing, it's important to note that this date doesn't fully indicate or suggest that the game isn't going to review well.
There's plenty of reasons for fans to be optimistic and excited about the Star Wars license being used properly for the first time in ages. Remedy Entertainment seem to have built a complete product befitting of the original trilogy, and if it performs well - as expected - hopefully it can pull EA closer to the light side.
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order pre-order bonuses
If you're a diehard Star Wars fan who isn't interested in reading any subjective reviews because you're that enamoured with the franchise, then you'll definitely want to pre-order the game on either PS4, Xbox One or Origin so you can get some bonuses. That and so you can preload in order to become a Jedi the very second the game launches.
The Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Standard Edition costs £59.99 (£53.99 with an EA Access subscription) and it boasts the below pre-order bonuses:
Orange Lightsaber Blade Color
2 cosmetic Lightsaber customization sets
Cosmetic skin for BD-1
EA also has a Deluxe package which costs £69.99 (£62.99 with an EA Access subscription). It includes the same pre-order bonuses as well as the following exclusive items:
Cosmetic skin for BD-1
Cosmetic skin for the Stinger Mantis
Digital Art Book
“Director’s Cut” behind-the-scenes videos, featuring over 90 minutes of footage from the making of the game
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Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order launches on November 15th. There is no early access.
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