Many Star Wars fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the upcoming game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which is set to release for the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 Nov. 15. But the question on many minds is if the game will be available on Xbox Game Pass, or any other subscription service, at launch.
Jedi: Fallen Order will be published by EA and is developed by Respawn, the creative team behind Apex Legends and the Titanfall series. Initially, the game was intended to only release on EA’s game launcher, Origin, but a few weeks ago, EA announced it was opening its exclusive library to marketplaces like Steam and the Epic Games Store. Unfortunately, though, that doesn’t mean the game will come to the Xbox Game Pass, at least not at launch.
For those looking for a subscription service on which to play the game, it will be available through EA’s Origin Access Premier membership program, exclusively on PC. The service, which runs $14.99 per month or $99.99 per year, typically offers early access, but this time EA decided to hold off on that feature to prevent spoilers from running amok online.
For Playstation and Xbox players, no subscription service offers Jedi: Fallen Order at launch. You can purchase it for Xbox through the Microsoft Store, and for Playstation through the Playstation Store. Both sites offer a 10 percent discount for members of the EA Access program, which, confusingly enough, is separate from EA’s Origin Access Premier membership program.
On PC, players without an Origin Access Premier membership can buy the game from Steam or Origin. Also, members of EA’s Origin Access Basic tier, which runs $4.99 per month or $29.99 per year, won’t get a 10-hour trial in which to test out the game. EA made this decision to prevent story spoilers.
Jedi: Fallen Order is not currently available on the Epic Games Store or the Microsoft Store.