Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order became the first Electronic Arts game in a long time that did not cause another scandal. Even
What is known
Kotaku news editor Jason Schreier releaseda new podcast in which he shared information regarding Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. According to the journalist, Respawn has already received permission to develop a sequel, in which the studio will be able to implement more of its own ideas.
“I heard that they [Respawn] have already received“green light” for the creation of a sequel. It was obvious - I haven’t finished the game myself, but I’m sure that in the end there will be a basis for a sequel or DLC. So Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 will happen,” Schreier said.
The journalist added that Star Wars Jedi:Fallen Order was deliberately made to be just a good game without innovations. Such caution is associated with the cancellation of previous projects in the Star Wars universe, such as Star Wars 1313 about young Boba Fett. The project was announced back at E3 2012, but after the purchase of Lucasfilm by Disney, the game was canceled.
With Fallen Order, the developers wanted to remove the “curse from Star Wars games” in order to regain the interest and trust of the audience. So in the sequel, Respawn will be able to afford bolder ideas.
About Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Let us remind you that Star Wars Jedi:Fallen Order is out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. This time, players are invited to play the role of one of the last Jedi who survived Order 66. The young Padawan Cal Kestis hid his power for a long time, but the Inquisition found the guy. Now he must complete his training and strike back. The hero’s journey will be helped by the ship’s crew and the BD-1 robot, which was specially created for the game.
On Metacritic, the project received 81 points from journalists, and gamers gave the game 8.1 points.</ p>
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