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Star Wars: Squadrons is $40 because it doesn't have the 'breadth' of bigger EA games

Star Wars: Squadrons is $40 due to the fact it will not have the ‘breadth’ of greater EA game titles

Electronic Arts stated in June that the future starfighter sim Star Wars: Squadrons will have “zero microtransactions,” which was sort of surprising supplied the variety of cosmetics that pilots will evidently be in a position to spiff up their ships with. Also surprising is that the invest in price tag is $40, noticeably reduced than, for instance, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, or the new Madden and FIFA games, all of which clock in at $60. Even Battlefield 5, which is coming up on two years aged, charges a lot more than Squadrons.

The reason for that, Digital Arts main economic officer Blake Jorgensen defined in the course of present-day quarter economic call, is only that Squadrons is a much more centered and distinct knowledge than lots of other EA game titles.