Since it was first revealed last year, many have been excited to hear more news about EA’s next Star Wars title Jedi Fallen Order. We hadn’t heard much about the game for quite some time after we’ve gotten word that a new story based Star Wars title was in the works at last year’s E3. It wasn’t until last month, during Star Wars Celebration, that Respawn gave us the first trailer for the game.
Before that, all we knew of the title was that it would take place shortly after the events of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. The game will be a single player title played from a 3rd person perspective with a young Padawan who survived Order 66 positioned as the protagonist during this adventure. And finally, that the game is slated for release later this Fall. With all that being said, even after the reveal trailer shown by Respawn last month, there is still quite a bit we don’t know about this game.
Fans have been wondering when we might get another look at the title ever since it’s reveal, and the answer to that question may not surprise too many. EA has officially announced that they will be showing off gameplay for Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order during E3 2019. EA who has chosen to skip out on E3 again in order to hold their EA Play event has announced they will have multiple livestreams airing during the time around the convention instead of their traditional press conference this year.
With one of these streams most likely dedicated to Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, it seems Respawn will have a lot to show this time around. EA Play will kick off on Friday, June 7 and will run until Tuesday, June 11. No exact time slot has been confirmed for when the game will show up. Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order is set to release November 15 for The PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.