Jedi Fallen Order’s success solidifies demand for high-quality story games.

EA is good again

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was a big surprise coming from EA as they previously claimed Singleplayer games are dead. Since Jedi fallen order has sold beyond EA’s expectation more titles may get greenlit.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was a breath of fresh air from Respawn as EA kind of delivering on their promise since claiming the right to the franchise. Star Wars Battlefront’s microtransaction controversy rubbed Star wars fans in the wrong way.

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EA recently seems to really listen to the consumers as they greenlit the production of a single-player Star Wars game. Combine that with the recent updates to the Battlefront 2, EA is surprisingly turning brand around.

Single-player Games are Still Cool

EA didn’t expect much from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order as they only projected around sell of 6-8 million units. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order defied all expectations as they are projected to sell 10 million copies by March.

With the success of this game, a possible sequel to the game has everyone talking. Recent job listing by Respawn gave these rumors more fuel. Many analysts are saying that due to the success of Fallen Order more single-player games from the likes of Dead Space might get a new life soon.

Although at the moment this is all speculation and should be taken with a grain of salt, there is the fact that people still want good single-player games. This recent Star Wars game only solidified the claim. This might make EA bring back more Single-player games like before.

With games like CyberPunk 2077 on the way, EA will have to step up their game to be relevant in the new age of quality single-player games. Hope EA will make games like Dead Space, Mass Effect, etc on more time.

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