Gamers line up to play a new version of the 'Star Wars' Jedi Fallen Order video game at the EA PLAY event in Hollywood, California on June 8, 2019. / AFP / Mark RALSTON
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Electronic Arts Inc., creator of a Star Wars line of video games, showed off two of its newest titles, illustrating how the industry is wrestling to compete with the runaway success of Fortnite.Another anticipated title, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, is a throwback to more traditional games, with a single-player format following an elaborate story line.The two releases show how the gaming industry has changed, experimenting with different business and revenue models after closely-held Epic Games' Fortnite attracted more than 250 million players worldwide.Star Wars Battlefront II, which was out two years ago, was criticized for allowing players to buy items that gave them better performance in the game.Zampella's studio did not design the previous game.
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