Star Wars Squadrons: new details on customization and pilot types of fighters

Star Wars Squadrons: new details on customization and pilot types of fighters
In the margins of the publication of the Star Wars Squadrons gameplay video at the EA Play Live event, the authors of EA Motive describe the profound personalization system that we will find in the title and illustrate the different types of hunting that can be piloted in this ambitious dogfight shooter.

In the first development diary of the "Pilot Briefing" series, the Canadian software house has pitted a whole series of information on the system assigned to the evolution and customization of the fighters. The EA Motive authors explain that in the course of the game we will be able to unlock many components for spaceships, so that we can create our own dream aircraft.

Each starfighter can be uniquely equipped, with specific customizations for each fighter and original parts to show off in battle both in the singleplayer story and in the multiplayer modes of Star Wars Squadrons. The slots for modifying the components of the fighters will be divided into six categories which will include the Primary Weapons, the Auxiliary Systems, the Tactical Countermeasures, the Hull, the Shield and the Engines.

As regards the number and type of aircraft that can be piloted, the Electronic Arts subsidiary confirms the presence at the launch of eight starfighters divided equally between the Republic and the Empire, all with their own cosmetic objects and power-ups to be unlocked by progressing in the adventure or online challenges.

Star Wars Squadrons: Fighter available the T-65B X-wing starfighter BTL-A4 Y-wing assault starfighter/bomber RZ-1 A-wing interceptor UT-60D U-wing starfighter/support craft, the TIE/ln starfighter (TIE fighter”) TIE/sa bomber (TIE bomber) TIE/IN interceptor (TIE interceptor”) TIE/rp reaper attack lander (“TIE reaper”) To those who follow us, finally, remember that Star Wars Squadrons will be available from 2 October this year on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. On the pages of found our article of depth that takes you in the cockpit of the fighter of Star Wars Squadrons .

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