Star Wars: Squadrons Single Player Campaign Trailer Revealed (VIDEO)
Gamescom 2020 has kicked off in a big way, offering loads of game updates alongside a couple fresh world premieres. One such announcement of the former is that of Star Wars: Squadrons, which revealed a new trailer today showing off what to expect from the highly anticipated title’s single player campaign.
As one would expect from previous footage of the game, the single player campaign for Star Wars: Squadrons has players bouncing back and forth between the Rebellion and the Empire, with some of the more popular figures from the former – namely Leia Organa and Wedge Antilles – making special appearances. Check out the trailer below:
“Fly as two opposing pilots in STAR WARS™: Squadrons’ thrilling single-player story, set shortly after the destruction of the second Death Star,” the video’s description reads. “Though shattered after the Battle of Endor, the Galactic Empire closes in on the Bormea Sector, determined to crush the recently-formed New Republic. The Republic’s classified Project Starhawk represents a tipping point in the Galactic Civil War, and ace pilots on each side will be instrumental in its outcome. Get a first look at an early Imperial mission in the single-player story of STAR WARS™: Squadrons, where you must fly behind enemy lines to extract an allied spy with vital intelligence on the project.”
Star Wars: Squadrons is slated to release on October 2, 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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