Fallen Order Offers No Early Access

Fallen Order won’t be available for early play to anyone, not even Origin subscribers, which is something Ubisoft pulled unexpectedly.

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Battlefield 5 had early access for the Origin Access subscribers. So, what’s the deal with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order? No clue, but they are revoking that unique feature of their Origin Access service in exchange for an orange lightsaber, a Bee-D-1 skin, and two special lightsaber hilts.

Fallen Order
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Is it a fair exchange? No, not really. I think there’s something else at play. Would EA really be that concerned with Origin Access subscribers spoiling the game for the rest of the players? I don’t think so, since Fallen Order probably isn’t going to blow anyone’s expectations out of the water with its story and narrative design. Also, if the story is well-crafted and executed it will still immerse the players in it even if they know certain plot points.

Players, naturally, immediately smelled something wrong with this announcement. Is the game just bad and EA doesn’t want anyone to find that out before the rest? Maybe it’s full of bugs and glitches. Maybe Fallen Order can be completed in 5 hours. Your guess is as good as mine at this point in time.

Fallen Order
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All things considered, this is quite suspicious. Also sad, as a lot of people got their hopes up. We all wanted this to be at least a solid single-player Star Wars game. Quite a lot of time passed since we got one of those.

If you’re looking to get your hands on Fallen Order, you can buy yourself a PC game key on HRK Game for an affordable price!

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