Star Wars Outlaws Gameplay Trailer is Here With a Fantastic Plot

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Ubisoft has just released the first gameplay trailer for Star Wars Outlaws, which is ten minutes long, and things are definitely about to get lit. We are provided with a preview of what Star Wars Outlaws will be like, as well as an extensive look at the story and the characters. Are you excited about it? Below is an amazing gameplay trailer, so be sure to check it out:

The immersive Star Wars Outlaws trailer begins right on the challenging planet Toshara with the main character, Kay Vess, and her sidekick, Nix, infiltrating a facility belonging to a criminal gang. What’s best is how Kay has the ability to summon the lovable Nix, who will assist her in navigating the land as she takes care of eliminating many foes. You can feel the tension and the emotions, which is definitely an amazing approach!

What are your thoughts so far about the Star Wars Outlaws’ development? What would you like to see in the game?

The action-adventure video game Star Wars Outlaws will be released sometime next year for PCs, PlayStation 5, and, of course, Xbox Series X/S. Massive Entertainment, which is most well-known for its work on The Division franchise, is serving as the project’s principal developer, and it appears that all of Ubisoft’s first-party teams are providing assistance for the endeavor. The breathtaking visuals of the game are a direct result of the fact that it is powered by Massive’s very own Snowdrop engine. Quite impressive, isn’t it?!

As we continue to watch the Star Wars Outlaws gameplay clip, we can see that the game’s combat is centered on a blaster pistol that comes equipped with a variety of various sorts of ammo. For example, there are foes that are armed with energy shields. Interestingly enough is the fact that you won’t be forced to travel everywhere in Star Wars Outlaws on foot. Instead, you may travel across the game’s universe on a speeder bike or even go to the sky and space in a spaceship, and there is apparently no loading time required to transition between the many aspects of the game.

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