Squadrons Mandalorian Supply Drop – New In-Game Items
Star Wars Squadrons is a fairly successful game for a flying shooter. Not a lot of people get into the details a flying game offer. That said, when Star Wars is involved, it becomes a lot more enticing. One thing that people seem to not be able to get enough of, however, is The Mandalorian. Do you feel like you’re seeing more of that show these past few weeks? Well, that’s because the second season debuts this Friday. To help kick off the season premiere, some fun items from the show are showing up in-game. Check out all the details for this Squadrons Mandalorian Supply Drop.
What’s In the Star Wars Squadrons Mandalorian Supply Drop?
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If you’re excited for the second season of The Mandalorian, then you’re not alone, and you can check out our post for a special look. There are quite a few things I’m looking forward to, and a few of them don’t even involve Baby Yoda. But, yes, most of them involve Baby Yoda. Side note: I’m not calling him The Child. I understand that’s his character name, and it does better allegorically to look at him as the offspring of some heuristic journey for Mando. I understand the concept and politely decline: he is Baby Yoda to me. What are we talking about? Oh yeah, the Star Wars Squadrons supply drop is bringing some cool items to EA’s latest game.
First up, you can get a hanging Razor Crest gunship and Beskar Ingot to sit on your dashboard. Pretty cool, right? While this isn’t necessarily Mando’s entry into the game, it at least lets you fly like him. The IG-Series Assassin Droid can also accompany you on the dashboard. Kinda fun, right? These tiny details are a lot of fun to add-in that don’t add much to the gameplay. Sure, it’s not an overhaul to anything important, but it’s a nice touch.
Two new holograms are also available that display a Bounty or Blurag. Kinda cool, right? But I know what you’re thinking, where’s the baby? Show us the baby. Ask and you shall receive; you can get a tiny Baby Yoda dashboard decoration. The official name for the item is “mysterious creature,” to which I take great offense. We will have no Baby Yoda slander in this house.
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The update for these items go live in-game on October 28 and you can check out Season Two of The Mandalorian on Disney Plus Friday, October 30.
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Taylor is the Gaming Editor of Comic Years and a lifelong fan of video games. He holds two degrees in Political Communication and wrote a Master's Thesis on resistance movements, race, and the exploitation of college athletes. His wife and two Toy Australian Sheppards keep him sane.
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