In the fall of 2019, the audience dropped as a man before Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, created by Respawn Entertainment, a popular development company that also made Titanfall and Apex Legends, under the auspices of Electronic Arts. The action-adventure game, which guides you away to the galaxy, came out for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and later got an improved version for the new generation.
Five years into the story, Star Wars III. Part 2 – After taking revenge on the Sith, he takes the lead, and stars a former Padawan named Cal Kestis, who tries to hide, but is still in the Empire’s sights and is followed by two detectives. Not only will the protagonist seek to confront his past, but he will also complete his training, eventually leading him to rebuild the broken Jedi order.
Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order turns out to be an interesting combination as it blends the typical bouncy gameplay of the Uncharted series with the Dark Souls combat system, making it a little easier. In the game, we travel on different planets again and again as we evolve, more and more areas are available to us, so we collect the rest of the action.
EA has made big announcements, the most specific one being that Respawn is already working on Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order 2, which is again overseen by Stig Asmussen. The news is not too shocking in the sense that it has recently been rumored that the game may remain on shelves in 2022.
Far fewer people expected EA to announce two new Star Wars games in addition to the continuation of Fallen Order. Especially if we look at the genres it comes in. Under the direction of Peter Hirschmann, who also starred in Star Wars: Battlefront games and The Force Unleashed, an unnamed indoor shooter is being made. Development is at an early stage, so we don’t expect the game to be discontinued recently.
In addition, Star Wars comes with strategy, with Bit Reactor contributing to that, according to an EA press release. The studio was recently established and staffed by professionals who created the popular XCOM franchise.
Electronic Arts and Disney signed an exclusive deal in 2013, as part of the large studio would make new games related to Star Wars. In addition to the two new Battlefront games, EA has released Star Wars: Squadrons and Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order out of their hands so far. However, they are not the only ones that games in the distant galaxy will come from in the future, Quantic Dream is already make the fur fly Star Wars makes Eclipse, Aspyr Media is remaking Knights of the Old Republic, but Lego Star Wars is coming and Star Wars: Hunters is coming to mobile.
(via Polygon, EA.com)
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