Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Arriving Holiday 2019

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Arriving Holiday 2019

The game will apparently be super serious as it takes place during a really "dark time" in the history of the Jedi Order.

Respawn CEO Vince Zampella briefly talked about the game while sitting in the audience. The concept does sound pretty good though.

"Jedi Fallen Order" is expected to launch during the holiday season next year. Stig Asmussen, former God of War III creative director, is leading development on Jedi: Fallen Order. No other details were released during the EA Play conference regarding this title.

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Zampella teased that players will step into the shoes of a Jedi on the run. This new Star Wars game was announced at last year's E3, but don't expect any further reveals on it until next year. The studio is now working on a Star Wars game, a VR gaming experience, and a Titanfall sequel.

Not much is known about the game except the Jedi Purge aspect, but isn't that all we need?

Respawn Entertainment, the studio comprised of ex-Call of Duty developers and current makers of Titanfall, have three projects in the works. Even if it's simply a small teaser, we'll likely see something that fans can latch onto and speculate about until more details are finally revealed. EA's acquisition of Respawn was said to be in pursuit of a new Titanfall game, but there haven't been any announcements or leaks about that one yet.

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