EA Motive has seemingly poured chilly water on any hopes of further content material or DLC coming to area dogfighting recreation Star Wars: Squadrons whereas answering a query throughout a latest interview.
Speaking to Upload VR, the sport’s Creative Director Ian Frazier stated that whereas followers ought to “Never say never” to the prospect of DLC coming down the road, it wasn’t actually in the best way the builders had envisioned the mid-priced recreation, saying: “as far as our philosophy goes we’re not trying to treat the game as a live service.”
“We don’t need to say, ‘It’s virtually completed!’ after which dribble out extra of it over time, which to be trustworthy is how most video games work lately. So we’ve tried to deal with it in form of an old-school method saying, ‘You’ve paid the $40, that is the sport and it’s totally self-contained. We’re not planning so as to add extra content material, that is the sport, and we hope you perceive the worth proposition.'”
It’s a disgrace in some methods, as we fairly loved our time with the sport as you’ll be able to learn in our evaluation, however there’s undoubtedly legitimate factors in regards to the title’s cheaper price level and it is actually good to have a tighter, self contained expertise that may be completed over a weekend versus your 150-hour epics that we nonetheless really feel responsible about not discovering the time to finish.
Star Wars: Squadrons is out now for Xbox One, PlayStation four and PC.