What you need to know
- Details for Star Wars: Squadrons have leaked ahead of the official reveal.
- The game is reportedly aiming for an October 2 release date.
- It also supports full cross-play, with the PC version having VR support.
Project Maverick, a.k.a. Star Wars: Squadrons, is a game that just can't stop leaking. First, the game's existence leaked on PlayStation Network a couple of months ago. Then, it was leaked on the official Xbox website ahead of its announcement. Now, just before the first trailer reveal, more details have been leaked.
According to this leaked press release (as spotted by DSOGaming), Star Wars: Squadrons is aiming to release on October 2, 2020. It's coming to Xbox One, PC and PS4, with cross-play across all platforms. The PC version will also have VR support.
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