The highly anticipated Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is Respawn Entertainment’s entry into the third-person action-adventure genre and the follow-up to the wildly popular Jedi: Fallen Order from 2019. After considerable waiting, the game’s publisher, EA, has finally unveiled the first information. Here is what we currently know. Jedi: Fallen Order was unexpectedly released in 2019 by Respawn Entertainment, well known for their first-person shooters Apex Legends and Titanfall. A sequel was obviously necessary because the game was such a great success both critically and commercially. And after much anticipation, it has finally been revealed that the sequel, which will carry on the “Jedi” brand of games after the first instalment, will be called Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and not Fallen Order 2.
What about the plot?
Fallen Order’s direct follow-up, Survivor, will take place five years after the events of the original games. You play as Cal Kestis, a young Padawan who is persecuted by a group of Sith taught by Darth Vader, in the first “Jedi” game, which takes place five years after “Revenge of the Sith,” and has a lot of characters who are entirely new to the Star Wars universe. In order to locate the final Jedi in the galaxy, Cal travels along the route taken by the previous Jedi Master Eno Cordova with the help of the rebels Cere Junda and Greez Dritus as well as the adorable drone BD-1. In case you haven’t played it yet, we won’t reveal the specifics of how the events transpire.
The sequel will take place several years after Fallen Order’s events. The empire is still after Cal and his pals, and they are currently running from them. Since only a brief description of the game was released by EA, not many specifics have yet been made public.
When will it release?
The timing of this disclosure may support a previous rumour claiming that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will be completely revealed during next week’s Game Awards. According to the rumour, the showcase would also disclose a pre-order date and a new trailer. Keep checking back for developments leading up to the Game Awards on December 8.