In 2020, Star Wars: Squadrons was hailed as a fresh and fun adaptation to classic Star Wars simulators like X-Wing, TIE Fighter, and – erm – X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter. It’s a good thing that Squadrons exist, given that it’s one of the few triple-A Star Wars games made by EA and that a sequel is unlikely.
For the next two days, anyone who doesn’t possess Star Wars: Squadrons (and who didn’t buy it as part of an Amazon Prime Gaming promotion in October) may try out the latest Star Wars space sim for free on Steam (thanks VG247).
There is, of course, a catch – you can’t keep it for free. Even while you may beat the campaign simply in the next day or so, it’s only available for free for the next several days as a long-term demo. Otherwise, you can save 70% on the Lunar Sale on Steam if you wish to keep the game. Please wait for the Epic Games Store to give it away for free like they have done with EA’s Star Wars games previously.
Despite the lack of a Squadrons 2, a lot is happening in the Star Wars gaming world right now, including the April release of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga and the announcement that Respawn is working on three new games set in a galaxy far, far away.
A vehicular MMO, Crossout allows players to build and race their unique vehicles in a war arena alongside other players. In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, there is an emphasis on deep customizing and skillful driving and aiming. A marketplace filled with trade products may be found in Crossout, in addition to several cooperative and competitive game styles. With so many Crossout groups, body kinds, weapons, cannons, and armor combinations, there are many ways to enjoy the game. However, they are all incredibly lethal.
THE STAR TREK INTERNET
Taking command of a spaceship, traveling to the furthest reaches of our solar system, fighting deadly aliens, and training an elite crew of pangalactic experts is a dream come true for many. Star Trek Online allows you to prove to the world that you’d be a better Picard than Picard if you had the chance. To put it another way, they do. Play this MMO is to experience each task as an episode of a television show and each mission series as a story arc, complete with occasional filler episodes. If you’re a fan of Roddenberry’s universe, there is no better MMO than this.
In Albion Online, there are no classes, and MMOs are a great option if you’re looking for something new and exciting. When it comes to Albion, it’s less about character customization and more about strategizing with your guildmates in a PvP-driven game world.