Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sequel will feature Star Wars characters that were not featured in the first part

Jeff Grubb brings good news for fans of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. According to the reporter, the Fallen Order sequel will be announced before June’s E3 — the game could probably be announced for Star Wars Day on May 4 this year.
Moreover, a Bespin Bulletin insider who specializes in Star Wars notes: chances are Electronic Arts will release the game this year, although there’s a good chance for “Fallen Order 2” to come out in early 2023. It’s worth noting, though, that even in pre-visionary times, postponements were common, and now even more so. The possibility of a postponement also applies to the next games.
According to the insider, the development of the sequel began immediately after the release of the first part of the game. In the second part of the game, characters from the “Star Wars” universe, which was not in the first part, may appear, and the secondary characters will get more weight.
The insider also revealed that there is a slight chance of a Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic reimagining release in 2023, with the possibility of a move to 2024. Earlier, by the way, there was a rumor that the game could be more action-oriented with a new combat system.
As a reminder, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was released in 2019 by Respawn and EA, offering players the story of former Padawan Cal Kestis and receiving great reviews from critics and gamers. And that’s not counting the high sales-when the adventure made its way to the PS5 and Xbox Series last summer, the publisher reported that the game’s audience exceeded 20 million players.

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