Motive Studios continues to reveal new details about the new Star Wars game Star Wars: Squadrons a few months before the game’s release. According to the new statement made by Motive, Star Wars: Squadrons will not be an online sourced game and no ‘micro transactions’ will be used for players to make in-game purchases.
Motive Studios, the developer of the game, continues to make new announcements about the new Star Wars game Star Wars: Squadrons, which will be released on October 2. Star Wars: Squadrons will be a completed game in itself, according to Motive Studios’ new director Ian Frazier’s new interview about the game. Ian Frazier explains, “I think our thinking as a company is pretty old-fashioned. As a company, we want to be hands-on while we develop Star Wars: Squadrons, which will have a $ 40 price tag, and we aim to have a fully satisfying experience for players. In this context, Star Wars: Squadrons will not be a game based on online services. It does not mean that we will not add anything to this game. But when we add something new to the game, these innovations will not depend on online services. ” It continues in the form.
According to Ian Frazier’s explanations, Star Wars: Squadrons will not have micro transactions used in in-game purchases, and once players pay $ 40 and have the game, they will encounter a completed game and experience. This news is especially positive for players who are waiting for Star Wars: Squadrons.
Star Wars: Squadrons will not have in-game purchases:
Of course, it can be guessed that Electronic Arts has plans to launch a DLC for Star Wars: Squadrons in the future. But Motive Studios and EA are now mostly focused on the release of the game and the story mode. Star Wars: Squadrons will have over 50 ship customization materials and options, all of which will be available to players for free. This approach is not customary for Electronic Arts and AAA gaming world. Especially considering that Electronic Arts is a company that gives importance to in-game purchases, this decision for Star Wars: Squadrons is a big surprise for players.
Electronic Arts, which made a big promotion debut at the release of Star Wars Battlefront II in 2017, turned to a different marketing and game development style with the latest Star Wars game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. After the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which has no multiplayer mode and no in-game purchases, has had a certain success in the game world, Electronic Arts seems to have decided to follow the previous game with Star Wars: Squadrons. Star Wars: Squadrons will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms on October 2, 2020.