Respawn developers are taking a closer look at Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, a story driven video game that is coming to Star Wars fans. After viewers left this year’s E3 conference, they were somewhat confused about the type of games the studio makes.
In other words, you can see the 26-minute full E3 gameplay demo that was only shown after closing in Los Angeles earlier this month.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Review
According to game director Stig Asmussen, the goal is to mitigate the concern that Respawn is creating an essentially inspired linear action game. Instead, Asmussen says that the Fallen Order will include Metroid and Dark Souls, most notably elements of various RPG and action adventure titles. Earlier this month, Respawn showed off a 15-minute gameplay video at the E3 showcase by publisher Electronic Arts.
Some members of the press, including myself, were able to play the game later in the week, including about 10 minutes of the 15-minute gameplay video released to the public. The difference between how the public received a corrupt order and how journalists thought about the game.
How Asmussen talked about it made it clear that it was a bit confusing in the expectation department when showing Respawn only a 15-minute linear piece.
What’s interesting about Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which is not shown in the demo, is the metroid game, you have ships and crew and you can visit the planets in the order you want. As you gain new abilities, you can open new territories on other planets.
979 People are talking about this. We spent months discussing the best strategy for launching this content, ultimately deciding our first look. It was important to present a 15-minute raw game scene that emphasizes rayless gameplay in communication with the Jedi. Asmussen writes in a blog post. “But we should not mistake our battles for being overwhelming or easy.
I promise that significant challenges and depths will be found within our combat system. The same is true for a level design approach built in a non-linear way that is heavily influenced by games such as the Metroid, Castlevania and Souls series. He points out that the fallen order includes several planets that the player can travel in the order he wants, opening multiple paths as he unlocks new abilities, nevertheless for the rarely used Metrovania genre.
Standard game design is a big budget action adventure game like this. This is a lot to explain in 15 minutes of gameplay. Asmussen believes that it is best to fully understand the 25-minute experience.