With Rise of Skywalker hitting cinemas next month, Star Wars fever is back – and you can ease the wait by jumping into Jedi Fallen Order this week when it launches on November 15.
At the time of writing, there are no reviews live but we do know that the game is coming from Respawn Entertainment, developers of the excellent Titanfall series – as well as it’s popular battle royale spin-off Apex Legends.
If you’re ready to swing a lightsaber, we’ve used our Jedi Mind Tricks to find a huge deal from money-saving website Quidco – with the site offering a stellar £15 back on pre-orders of the latest sci-fi epic when purchased through well-known retailer GAME.
That brings the price down to just £39.99, and you can start playing at launch, too. In fact, this deal is so easy to take advantage of it doesn’t matter if you’re a simple farmhand on Tattooine:
1) Create a new Quidco account at this link. Don’t worry about the Pokemon branding, the offer still applies.
2) Head to GAME, and preorder Star Wars – Jedi Fallen Order on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 .
3) Earn yourself 3% cashback from GAME, plus a £15 new member bonus from Quidco..
If you’re still not sure, the deal runs until November 30 – so you can wait for reviews before making your mind up.
This deal makes GAME the cheapest place to pre-order – here are some other prices for comparison:
Amazon – £54.99
Argos – £54.99
TheGameCollection – £44.95
ShopTo – £49.85
Not only does this deal work on PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game, but you can use it on the special editions too. That means you can get the Steelbook Edition (a GAME exclusive) for £44.99 (down from £59.99), or the Deluxe Edition with additional content for £47.99 (instead of £62.99). Finally, the Collectors Edition (with light-up box and metal badges) is just £84.99 instead of £99.99 – perfect for huge Star Wars fans.
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Fallen Order is the first single-player only Star Wars game in years, and follows a young Jedi Padawan, Cal Kestis, who avoided being killed during Order 66.
The game is set five years after Episode III, and sees our protagonist’s path intertwine with characters like Rogue One’s Saw Gerrera (played again by Forest Whitaker).
The focus is on melee combat, and has taken cues from Dark Souls games to offer a fluid but challenging way to engage with Imperial troops and other enemies using both Cal’s lightsaber and force powers.
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