Star Wars: Squadrons Player Count and Stats (2024)

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Star Wars: Squadrons Player Count and Stats

Here are a few of the most interesting Star Wars: Squadrons facts and stats I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Copies of Star Wars: Squadrons digital units sold in October 2020:

1.1 million digital units sold


Percentage of Star Wars: Squadrons players that play it in VR:

15%

Last updated 10/10/20Star Wars Squadrons player count facts stats

Amount of Star Wars Squadrons streaming in its first week:

88.9 million minutes


That’s all for now. Be sure to check back soon as we update all video game stats as soon as more are provided.

Game Description

“Star Wars: Squadrons” is a space combat video game developed by Motive Studios and published by Electronic Arts (EA). It was released on October 2, 2020, for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game is set in the Star Wars universe and offers players the chance to experience thrilling starfighter battles in iconic starships from the franchise.

In “Star Wars: Squadrons,” players take on the roles of starfighter pilots from both the Galactic Empire and the New Republic, following the events of “Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi.” The game offers a single-player campaign that allows players to experience the story from both sides of the conflict, exploring the perspectives of both the Empire and the New Republic.

The gameplay focuses on intense dogfights and space battles, with players piloting various starfighters, each with its unique characteristics and weaponry. Players can choose from four different classes of starfighters, including Fighters, Interceptors, Bombers, and Support ships. Each class serves a specific role in battle, such as engaging enemy fighters, taking out capital ships, or supporting allies with repairs and buffs.

“Star Wars: Squadrons” provides a highly immersive experience with detailed ship controls, allowing players to manage power distribution between weapons, engines, and shields, as well as control their ship’s speed, roll, and pitch. The game offers various control options, including traditional controllers, joysticks, and virtual reality (VR) support, enhancing the sense of being in the cockpit of a starfighter.

The multiplayer component of “Star Wars: Squadrons” features two game modes: Fleet Battles and Dogfights. Fleet Battles are objective-based matches where two teams compete to destroy the opposing team’s flagship. Dogfights are straightforward team deathmatch battles, focusing solely on eliminating enemy starfighters. The multiplayer allows cross-platform play, enabling players on different platforms to battle each other.

“Star Wars: Squadrons” emphasizes teamwork and communication, rewarding players who strategize and coordinate with their squadmates. Players can form squadrons with friends or join with random players in matchmaking to create a team of five pilots, each contributing to the success of their faction.

The game’s visual and audio design closely resemble the authentic Star Wars experience, with faithful ship designs, familiar sound effects, and thrilling musical scores from the original Star Wars trilogy. “Star Wars: Squadrons” successfully captures the essence of the iconic space battles seen in the movies.

With its immersive space combat, single-player campaign, and intense multiplayer dogfights, “Star Wars: Squadrons” offers fans of the franchise an opportunity to step into the cockpit and experience the thrill of being a starfighter pilot in the vast and beloved Star Wars universe.

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