Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Trailer

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Trailer

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Trailer

We may very well, at long last, have the game coming our way.

"We knew we were going to close this up, we knew that even before we started "The Force Awakens". The first trailer for '.The Rise of Skywalker' was released at Star Wars Celebration in Chicago, which featured the voice of Emperor Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid) at the end. Respawn is easily one of the world's top flight teams when it comes to online shooters though the title "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" doesn't exactly scream FPS to us. During the game, players will be able to experience moments of Cal's past as they learn about his training and master the art of the Force as well as lightsaber skills. EA, the company given the license to make Star Wars games, has been riddled with controversy since day one.

Fallen Order story trailer below.

"No multiplayer, no microtransactions, it's a story game", Zampella said at Star Wars Celebration (via IGN). We got our first look at Cal Kestis, the hero of the game, who is a Padawan trying to survive after Order 66. 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.


Earlier this month, J.J. admitted he felt emotional when he was asked to direct Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

The story has been devised in close connection with the LucasFilm Story Group and will align with the established canon that has been built over the last few years. Besides the fact that the game won't be a third Battlefront, EA had the good sense to join forces with Respawn again.

Actor Cameron Monaghan is playing Cal, and he spoke about how much he's been a fan of Star Wars since childhood. Between canceling games, loot box issues, and microtransactions, the company has left a bad taste in the sarlacc's mouth.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is set for release on November 15th 2019 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. With LucasFilm Games being spun up again, maybe we'll start getting more, and hopefully better, games. Its sound is designed by Ben Burtt, the original sound designer for the Star Wars movies.

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