There are many things that can be shown in a trailer to make viewers want to play. To show the end of history is not one of them.
Over Thanksgiving, EA Star Wars Jedi presented: Fallen Order with a new short commercial on TV. The trailer lasts just 30 seconds, but that was enough to thoroughly spoil the end of the game for players who had not yet completed trap orders and spoil a very interesting part.
Note: So that you do not experience the same as some Americans – If you have not yet completed Star Wars Jedi: Trap Order, this is the end for you at the latest, if you do not want to be spoiled.
Even if it is just two seconds, which are enough to betray the surprising appearance of Darth Vader. The plot of the game takes place between the original trilogy and the prequels and works the entire game without the main characters of the trilogies. Vader's performance is quite unexpected.
At least the trailer does not reveal how Darth Vader is involved in the actual gameplay, The trailer suggests an appearance in a cutscene rather than the you actually cross the lightsabers with him and even wet him in the end.
Even though the game has been out for a few weeks already – are scenes that betray so much of the end of a game even part of any trailer?