Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order finally has platforms and a release date: the PS4, Xbox One and the PC will arrive on November 15, 2019, announced the developer Respawn Entertainment. The date was revealed at the game panel at this year's Star Wars Celebration event, where it was also confirmed that the PC version would be exclusively available via the Origin service of the EA publisher. We also watched a trailer, although there is unfortunately no game (and few details to know in general).
We now know that the players will take control of a young Padawan who escaped the order 66, decree of the emperor to eliminate all Jedi, even the youngest in training. You can read more about the story of Jedi Fallen Order here. One day before the panel, Respawn confirmed that Jedi Fallen Order had no microtranactions and was only one player.
Although Respawn is primarily known for developing first-person shooter games such as the Titanfall series and, more recently, the hit of the Royal Battle Apex Legends, Jedi Fallen Order is more focused on melee combat. In 2014, Stig Asmussen, director of God of War 3, joined Respawn, bringing to the studio his expertise in action in the third person.
Jedi Fallen Order was officially confirmed during the E3 2018, when Respawn's Vince Zampella revealed the title and said that this title would be defined between episode III: The Sith Revenge and the Sith. Episode IV: A new hope.
Before the revelation at Star Wars Celebration, the artwork for Jedi Fallen Order had been leaked by Amazon. The retailer has listed a t-shirt featuring the main character brandishing a blue lightsaber and his droid companion. In the was a fallen ship that appears to be a Star Destroyer of the Republic era.
Star Wars Celebration has also produced a new trailer for the beloved franchise's upcoming film. During the show, it was confirmed that the movie called Star Wars Episode IX: The Ascension of Skywalker and you can watch the first trailer here. We also have a complete overview of everything happening at Star Wars Celebration to keep you up to date on the latest news.