Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Reveal Trailer And First Details

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This will be the first "proper" singleplayer Star Wars game we've had since Activision and LucasArts launched Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II back in 2010. "Within this narrative, we've crafted a game with intense, yet thoughtful and fun melee combat using the lightsaber and Force powers, allowing anyone to fulfill their Jedi fantasy", he said.

Purge Troopers have been a mainstay of Star Wars media both before and after the reset of the canon after Lucasfilm was acquired by The Walt Disney Company.

The last day on this one [Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker] was a more emotional last day, because we knew it was the last day. No platforms have been announced for Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, but it's safe to say the game will release on Windows PC, PS4, and Xbox One. His sound has been created by Ben Burtt, the chap who created the original sounds for Star Wars.

Fallen Order has released its first trailer.

In the trailers however, it seems like the protagonist, Cal Kestis, is aware of his Jedi powers, and is a survivor of Order 66.

Rather than the traditional story of a master training a new Jedi the story focuses on a group of characters. Anyone who watched the Star Wars Rebels animated series is already very familiar with the Inquisitors, but for those who haven't, these are basically Sith-adjacent Force wielders who are tasked with hunting down Jedi.

After what happened with Star Wars Battlefront 1 and 2, as well as EA canceling an open world Star Wars game that was seven months in development, many Star Wars fans were left indifferent and unsure of this game potential. Cal is also being pursued by the Second Sister, an elite Inquisitor of the Empire who seeks to hunt Cal down and eliminate him.

The game is set after the events of Revenge of the Sith - a risky time for the Jedi - and with a release date scheduled for sometime in the fall of this year, you can expect to hear lots more about it in the coming months. This is most likely about the different handles and colors of the blade - in most games of the universe, the blade could change the way the game was played.

"I think it started with EA approaching us at Respawn, and asking".