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  1. EA have released version 4.0 of Star Wars: Squadrons, adding two new starfighters to the game along with a host of bug-fixes. This free update is available to all players, giving New Republic pilots access to the B-wing, while the Galactic Empire have obtained the TIE Defender. The B-wing is classed as a bomber, and was first seen in Return of the Jedi, having been designed for the movie by Joe Johnston and Bill George, whereas the TIE Defender with it's unusual tri-wing design was created for the 1994 LucasArts game Star Wars: TIE Fighter, as a top spec TIE variant that hardier than the standard TIE Fighter due to having shields. For the full list of changes, see the official patch notes.
  2. Andy

    Star Wars Squadrons

    So, Squadrons is out next month, and it's about time we got a decent space combat game. I was a big fan of X-wing v TIE Fighter, X-wing Alliance, and Rogue Squadron, etc back in the day. Don't know when I'll get to play it, but I'm definitely looking forward to it! The new animated short they have released is pretty sweet too.
  3. As we eagerly close in on next months release of the upcoming space combat game Star Wars: Squadrons, EA has released a visually stunning CG animated short to introduce us to the world that awaits us when we enter the game. Neel Upadhye directed the animated short, titled Hunted, which was created in collaboration with Squadrons developer Motive Studios and Lucasfilm, along with a dash of expertise from skilled visual effects artists at ILM such as Star Wars veteran John Knoll. Squadrons features a single-player story mode featuring new and familiar characters and starships from the Empire and the Republic, as well as a squad-based multiplayer dogfight mode that will see the factions face off against each other in the aftermath of the Galactic Civil War. You can read more about Hunted on the official Star Wars website here: https://www.starwars.com/news/star-wars-squadrons-hunted Star Wars: Squadrons launches on 2 October 2020, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and on PC via the Origin, Steam, and Epic stores.
  4. Andy


    Star Wars: Squadrons is a space combat simulation game set in period after Return of the Jedi. It features a single player story for each of the New Republic and the Galactic Empire factions, as well as a 5v5 multiplayer dogfight game mode. The reveal trailer was published on 15 June 2020, with further details to come during EA Play 2020.
  5. Andy

    EA reveals Star Wars: Squadrons

    The trailer for their next Star Wars video game, Star Wars: Squadrons, has been revealed today. Developed by Motive Studios and published by EA, Squadrons is a starship combat sim set after the events of Return of the Jedi, during a period where the Empire is still a credible threat to the fledgling New Republic. The game features a singleplayer story mode for both factions, as well as a 5v5 multiplayer dogfight mode. According to the details revealed so far the game will allow you to customise your pilots for the Republic's Vanguard Squadron and the Empire's Titan Squadron, and will feature original characters along with cameos from characters we are already familiar with. Further information and footage is expected to be revealed at the EA Play event on 18 June. Star Wars: Squadrons is set for release on 2nd October 2020, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and on PC via the Origin, Steam, and Epic stores.

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