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Star Wars Outlaws: Earn Your Copy with Fetch Play

By David

May 29, 2024

A galaxy far, far away is getting a little bit closer to home with Star Wars Outlaws, coming to consoles and PCs this summer from Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment. We’re here to let you know what’s got everyone excited about the new game and how easy it is to get your copy of Star Wars Outlaws on the release date for free with Fetch. 

May the Gift Cards Be With You

Star Wars Outlaws Trailer and Details

Set between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, Star Wars Outlaws drops you into the high-stakes life of Kay Vess, an outlaw making your way through the galaxy on your reputation alone. Check out the Star Wars Outlaws trailer for yourself:

Stay one step ahead of the galaxy’s crime syndicates (and The Empire) piloting your ship, The Trailblazer to explore planets and cities both familiar and brand new to the galaxy. The open world format means the adventure never ends, and you’ll have no trouble logging hours in the Trailblazer. 

Star Wars Outlaws Gameplay

A single-player third-person shooter in an open world is a dream come true for most Star Wars fans, and placing the adventure firmly between Empire and Jedi means your adventures are happening right in the middle of the Skywalker Saga most of us fell in love with as kids.

Star Wars Outlaws Multiplayer

Did we say “single-player?” We did. If you were hoping for Star Wars Outlaws multiplayer gameplay, you’re not alone, but it looks like it’s not in the stars. While we won’t discount anything in a future patch or expansion, you’ll be flying solo for the foreseeable future. 

What is Fetch Play?

The Star Wars Outlaws release date is coming soon, but in the meantime, you can scratch that gaming itch on Fetch Play. Play some of your favorite mobile games, earn extra points and redeem them for gift cards to cover Star Wars Outlaws on your platform of choice.

So open up your Fetch app, go to the “social” tab and hit “play now” to get started on Monopoly Go, Candy Crush Soda Saga, Coin Master and many more games.

Star Wars Outlaws Platforms

The Force might have just two sides, but you’ll have three Star Wars Outlaws platforms to choose from at launch. Whether you’re a PC gamer or have chosen PlayStation or Xbox in the console wars, you should be good to go when the Star Wars Outlaws release date hits. 

Whichever of the Star Wars Outlaws platforms transports you to that galaxy far, far away, you can trust you’ll have the same gameplay experience. And you’ll be able to fund the trip with your Fetch points. Just check the app and redeem your points for one of these gift cards:

Star Wars Outlaws Release Date

You won’t have to wait long for the Star Wars Outlaws release date; follow in the footsteps of Han Solo as an outlaw and a scoundrel on August 30th, 2024. Redeem your Fetch points toward a gift card and get it pre-ordered so you can have it pre-loaded onto your console.

Star Wars Outlaws Price

As one of the biggest games of the summer, you can expect the Star Wars Outlaws price to be on par with its competitors: $70 on PC, Xbox and PlayStation. Just because that’s the standard pricing doesn’t mean you should pay full price, though; even if you don’t have enough points for the full cost, turn some of those points into a gift card for a nice discount.

May the Gift Cards Be with You

If you’re not already snapping your receipts to rack up the points in the Fetch app, get started today. Then amplify your gains by downloading mobile games through Fetch Play and watch those points climb higher as you count down the days to the Star Wars Outlaws release date. See if you can earn enough for your copy to be on us.

Topics: family fun, fetch and gaming, Gift Cards, rewards



David Fairbanks is a writer, science educator and Chicagoan fueled by coffee. He's written about everything from Ferraris to handcrafted pet urns to Superman, and he genuinely loves loyalty/rewards programs.