As of recently, EA Access apparently tweeted that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order would be opting out of the usual early trials on EA Access but instead can receive 10% […]
As of recently, EA Access apparently tweeted that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order would be opting out of the usual early trials on EA Access but instead can receive 10% off on the Game with the subscription even though the main reason of why they done this was to reduce it’s risk of “spoilers being dropped” and some cosmetic skins will be with it for members when it releases.
The cosmetic skins are applicable to your ship “Stinger Mantis” and the small service droid “BD-1” which will be available for all subscribers of EA Access for $4.99 a month and $29.99 annually (€3.99, €19.99) while PC players have Origin access that is open to them, which will have a more comprehensive list of games to choose from.
Here’s the tweet also: https://twitter.com/eaaccess/status/1193958401874653184?s=21
Even with the game being developed by Respawn Entertainment based on a galaxy far , far away or more away much as five years back before Disney’s latest trilogy was unleashed upon the world. So it’s not a big surprise that the developers next game and story details locked down to a much tighter experience than the Death Star plans. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order releases for PS4, Xbox One and PC on November 15th, 2019.
What do you guys think of EA Access having no trial for the Game from the risk of Spoilers? Is it a good move or not? Leave your opinion in the comments below..