Jedi Fallen Order – NEW GAMEPLAY



Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order gameplay featuring the Ninth Sister double bladed lightsaber, boss fight gameplay, temple guards, puzzles, platforming and more.

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  1. I can hardly wait for this to come out. It looks amazing. 🙂
    You mentioned that you had to make your way back to the ship after a story mission. Does that mean that there are no quick travel in the game? If so, I would be very happy about that, as quick travel tend to kill some of the immersion.

  2. SERIOUSLY You can not call this game violent. Maybe you belong to the Millennial generation and therefore not as tolerant.

    Disneys decision of toning down the "Violence" has to do with money and sales. If they can lower the age rating it means more sales and more money.

    If they could, they would sell this games to minors.

    As being part of the 70s myself, this is far from violent.

    And have you even seen Mortal Kombat 11?

    There should be a slection for people if they want gore or not. Some manage to watch, others do not!

  3. I’m I the only one who is tired of every game now having dark souls inspired combat. Is it really that good? I like the one hit kill with the lightsaber, but that turned out to be a lie

  4. This looks fucking shit. Why the fuck is it when Star Wars comes back it’s slow and shit. The lightsaber battles in the newer films are useless and this game looks slow as fuck and that’s not what a Jedi game should be. Everything you’re giving it credit for are the reasons it’s just not getting bought.

  5. The platforming in Tomb Raider is more organic and makes you feel like you're truly discovering something by figuring out and solving riddles and puzzles without it looking like a video game. The platforming I'm seeing in Jedi The Fallen Order doesn't look organic at all. It looks out of place and more like just a regular old style video game. I much prefer the route that Tomb Raider is heading.

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