Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a very good action game. And if you haven’t played it you really should. There’s a way to play it without buying it outright though. Thanks to the efforts of EA rebranding its Origin service, there’s been a ton of effort to get new games onto their new EA Play service. And that means that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is about to join them. The game will also make the jump over to a bunch of new platforms via the EA Play service. But that’s not all, as the game will also be available via Xbox Game Pass.
Xbox Game Pass will be get fused with the EA play content and that means the two game libraries will be joined together. Xbox and Electronic Arts previously announced that the two services will be joining together this year. That happens on November 10 — the same day that EA has announced that excellent third-person Star Wars action game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be on EA Play.
The player takes on the role of former Jedi Cal Kestis who has been exiled after the fall of the Jedi Order. The execution of Order 66 has traumatized the survivor and broken his connection to the Force. That’s a handy way to handle game progression, which means players will be journeying throughout the planets of the universe gaining those powers back. You get to mow down legions of Stormtroopers with your lightsaber. The game offers a bunch of acrobatics gameplay that can break the fighting action up as well.
Soon enough, Cal’s forced to re-take up the mantle of Jedi once more he has to confront the Inquisition that’s been hunting the remainder of the space monk badasses. Players will see a rather lethal set of enemies as the Order of Inquisitors hunts the player and their allies down through the manifestation of death that is the Sisters.
If you’re wondering what service tiers are getting the game, it’s all of them. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is coming to EA Play across all formats—and by proxy those who subscribe to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate tier— from November 10. There’s no fee attached either. That means you can get into the action pretty easily.