Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Is The Least Expensive We’ve Seen It (PS4, Xbox One)

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Christmas has passed, which suggests this year’s most significant sales are officially behind us. Yet while Black Friday might have brought a few of the best gaming offers of 2019, gamers looking to pick up Respawn’s Star Wars game, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, limited to Xbox One bundles and also a mild discount on the Deluxe version. If you resisted picking this game up during Black Friday or if you got a new PS4 or Xbox One for Xmas, you remain in luck, as the standard edition struck its lowest price yet in Amazon.com’s massive year-end sale.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has an initial discount rate of $45 right now, down from the standard $60. To sweeten the deal, Amazon is offering an extra $11.25 off the price, which drops your total cost to $33.74.

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The Deluxe Edition, which is just $10 higher than the basic edition at full price, consists of a director’s cut with behind-the-scenes features and additional cosmetic products. However, it’s not discounted on Amazon.com right now.

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Mainly as it wears on, Fallen Order becomes probably the toughest perception of what playing as a Jedi Knight should certainly indeed be like,” Hornshaw wrote. “Indeed, Fallen Order borrows liberally from various other action games, but those elements work with Respawn’s combat and environment design as well as a tale that discovers humanity in the Force and also in its characters, to focus in on what makes the world of Star Wars deserving of taking another look. Even with some rough edges, Fallen Order stands for one of the most engaging game enhancements to the Star Wars franchise in years.”

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