Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order May Be Getting A Photo Mode, New Game Plus
Despite Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order still being several months away from its big release, that hasn’t stopped developer Respawn Entertainment from opening up about its hopes and wishes for the game, as well as some of the ‘why’ behind the decisions the studio has made thus far. While we now have a basic idea of what to expect from the game, Respawn is still planning plenty more to keep its fans busy, including the possibility of both a photo mode and a new game plus.
The news comes by way of a new batch of information released by Game Informer, Within the report are several “interesting tidbits” about Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, one of which is that the studio is currently “looking into photo mode” and that it should make it into the game. Unfortunately that’s all we know about it at this time. While many other titles have photo modes, not all are created equal, so we’ve yet to uncover whether this’ll be a bare bones affair or something more substantial.
In regards to new game plus, Respawn Entertainment apparently has a few things left to figure out before it can commit to getting the new mode placed into the game. According to creative director Stig Asmussen, it may not even be possible. “New Game Plus is hard because it’s a Metroidvania-inspired game,” Asmussen began, “so if you start the game with all your abilities, you kind of break things.” This of course doesn’t mean it’s completely off the table, especially if the developer is able to limit certain abilities in meaningful ways in order to, well, not break things.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order releases on November 15, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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