Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order might not be in a galaxy so far away anymore, as Respawn Entertainment’s highly-anticipated Star Wars action-adventure title’s debut is just over the horizon. After rumors of the game’s cancellation, and years of waiting for another single-player Star Wars video game, fans are eagerly awaiting Jedi: The Fallen Order’s expected holiday 2019 release.
We’ve collected everything we know about the game so far for your viewing pleasure. From its announcement at E3 2018 to speculation surrounding potentially leaked artwork. Make sure to keep coming back as more news drops.
Jedi: Fallen Order Release Date
This week also gave us a better look at the game’s potential visuals. Through a series of cryptic tweets from the official Star Wars account, we got our first look at artwork that appears to feature a broken lightsaber with embers floating nearby. We know the story at this point follows a lone padawan who survived the Order 66–a military order from the emperor for all clones to kill and find traitorous Jedi–after the events of Revenge of the Sith.
Jedi: Fallen Order Rumors
The internet is a dark and full of spoilers. On April 11, Amazon might have unintentionally leaked Jedi: Fallen Order’s artwork through a T-shirt listing. The item has since been removed from their store, but there were plenty of secrets hiding in the leaked artwork. Be warned, though this analysis is speculation, there could be spoilers ahead.
Jedi: Fallen Order at Star Wars Celebration
Star Wars Celebration has only just begun and has a lot in store for Star Wars fans old and new. As we know already, this year’s event will show off Jedi: Fallen Order. We’re not sure what those details will be quite yet, but we do know it will have its own dedicated panel. Looking to catch the news as it releases? Check out our guide on how to watch all the panels at Star Wars Celebration here.
As more details about Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order arise, we’ll be sure to update this article accordingly. In the meantime, check out all of our coverage coming out of Star Wars Celebration 2019.
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