Watch EA's Star Wars: Squadrons reveal here

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EA confirms Star Wars: Squadron's existance - Full Reveal on Monday

Watch EA's Star Wars: Squadrons reveal here

After the game's leak on the Microsoft Store, EA confirmed the existence of Star Wars: Squadrons, a new game which is due to be revealed later that, June 5th, at 4 PM BST. The game will be showcased in the form of a "reveal trailer", which will hopefully showcase gameplay for the title. 

Rumour has it that Star Wars: Squadrons is the name of EA's "Project Maverick", a Star Wars title from EA Motive. The game is expected t be a starfighter combat game which draws on classic Star Wars games like X-Wing and Tie Fighter. This would be EA Motive's first full game.  

EA's artwork for Star Wars: Squadrons prominently presents many ships from the navies of the Galactic Empire and Rebel Alliance. These fighters include the X-Wings, Y-Wings, A-Wings and a selection of Tie Fighter which include the Tie Interceptor and a Tie Bomber. 

The embedded video below will go live at 4 PM (BST) on June 15th. 


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15-06-2020, 09:21:43

I'm keeping my expectations very low as EA are attached to it.


Decent trailer and graphically it's gorgeous but as it's EA I have a suspicion it will be mostly multiplayer crap.Quote

15-06-2020, 10:53:11

The artwork for this reminds of the old Atari 2600 box cover art.Quote

15-06-2020, 13:04:12

Reminds me of Rogue Squadron which was actually fun as hell and maybe also EA?Quote

15-06-2020, 13:09:04

Looks boring. Instead of idk cutting this content out of Battlefield they are just making it a standalone game it seems like.

Remember when they said "we have no plans for space battles" well they did just not for that game.

Big pass for me.Quote

15-06-2020, 13:36:17

Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Reminds me of Rogue Squadron which was actually fun as hell and maybe also EA?

Nope it was Lucasarts who published but Factor 5 who developed RS 1+2+3, Number 3 was exactly 10 years before EA acquired the license.Quote

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