Star Wars: Squadrons is an upcoming starfighter dogfighing game developed by EA Motive, where players hop into the seats of different Imperial and New Republic ships while engaging in vicious space battles. Mastering the different spaceships is only one aspect of the game however, as players will also need to recognize the many different battle locations.
We've compiled a list of every map in Star Wars: Squadrons that has been revealed so far. We'll be sure to update this list if any additional locations are revealed. Star Wars: Squadrons is expected to launch on October 2, 2020 and it supports full cross-play across all platforms.
Esseles is an icy ring that hides an Imperial listening post. It's a strategic position that's been controlled by the Empire for a decade, as it's located extremely close to New Republic space.
Galitan is a moon that's hidden away inside the gorgeous — and deadly — Ringali Nebula. Due to the nebula's power, Galitan has been ripped apart into molten chunks.
The Nadiri Dockyards are hidden away in the Bormea Sector. These dockyards are under New Republic control, located near the fringe of the Ringali Nebula.
Sissubo is the seventh planet of the Chandrila System, located in the Bornea Sector. It's surrounded by the hulls of wrecked Imperial warships, with its debris field presenting dangers for any pilot navigating around the planet.
Yavin Prime is a gas giant in the Outer Rim Territories. One of its moons, Yavin 4, once held a Rebel base.
The Zavian Abyss is a dangerous zone located in the Expansion Region. Asteroids in the Abyss are charged with energy from the surrounding maelstrom, resulting in a deadly graveyard filled with the hulks of ill-fated-ships.
Jump to hyperspace
Star Wars: Squadrons is taking space dogfights to another level that Star Wars games haven't seen before. As the game gets closer to release, we'll continue to provide updates on what players can look forward to. We also have a list of every starship in Star Wars: Squadrons. Star Wars: Squadrons is currently set to release on October 2, 2020. It's coming to Xbox One, PC and PS4.
5v5, Empire vs New Republic
Star Wars: Squadrons places players in Vanguard Squadron or Titan Squadron with vicious dogfights and a variety of different starships. It's even got full cross-play, so you can play with your friends no matter where you buy it.
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