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If you are a fan of the old game Star Wars: Rogue Squadron on Nintendo 64, you will be very happy to know that a new Star Wars fighting game is coming soon. "Star Wars: Squadron" recently released a short trailer, which looks more impressive than we think. Ian Frazier, Creative Director of

Motive Studios, said: "We created this game for all Star Wars fans who have ever dreamed of flying across the galaxy in their favorite Starfighter."

If you are concerned that you will have to wait a long time to obtain this title, this is not the case. These days, we rarely see the game launch so soon after the initial announcement, but the release date for "Star Wars: Squadron" was set for October 2, 2020.

You can currently pre-order "Star Wars: Squadron" for $39.99/£34.99/39.99. The game will be launched on PC via Steam and Epic Games Store, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. There is no news about whether it will appear on the next-generation consoles, but we may be closer to its release.

Although there is no trailer for the actual game yet, EA’s official roster lets us know that the "Star Wars: Squadron" game will be announced during EA Play Live on June 18 at 4 pm. PDT. However, we did learn a little bit about this action in the release trailer.

As we've seen in most of the upcoming EA games, the movie trailer for this game is very special. There are many space chase actions, rolling barrels and debris flying through the air. If you are a fan of space combat in Frontline 2, you will love this game.

Star Wars: Squadrons will take place after the Battle of Endor. Sorry, there is no Death Star operation here, guys. Instead, we will participate in a multi-character storyline and watch ourselves fly into the sky and stars as members of the New Republic Vanguard and the Empire Titan Squad.

We will also see the high emphasis on multiplayer games in this title, something that fans have been waiting for for a long time. In the multiplayer mode, you can drive the boat with up to four other squad members. You will engage in strategic multiplayer space battles, with the main goal of destroying the opponent's flagship. There will also be a "Melee" mode, where the only goal is to destroy as many enemy ships as we can see in the traditional team deathmatch mode.

Another good news is that Squadrons is configured to provide cross-play between each platform and is even compatible with VR. There is currently no information on which headsets are compatible with PCs, but we do know that PlayStation VR will be supported.

After the big backlash during the launch of Star Wars: Battlefront 2, it seems that there will be absolutely no microtransactions in Star Wars: Squadron; we hope it's true.

In contrast, Squadrons will have a "rich" appearance and customization options that affect gameplay, which can only be obtained through gameplay. We don't have any specific details yet, but it looks like players can unlock new weapons, helmets, shields, and even engines as the level progresses.

With the return of the fighting action we all know and love, we hope this Star Wars game will be very popular when it launches. The emphasis on multiplayer actions, progress, and the absence of microtransactions at all, looks good so far.

We will notify you immediately of further news about this game, including some game screens. Now make sure you check back for all the latest updates regularly.

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