Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Teased, Official Announcement On Saturday

EA's upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order to be unveiled this Saturday.
EA's upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order to be unveiled this Saturday. Lucasfilm

The official EA Star Wars Twitter account has just teased Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order with a GIF of a lightsaber captioned “Don’t stand out.” It’s cryptic, and it doesn’t really tell us anything, but it has the fans of an entire franchise teeming with excitement. EA’s upcoming Star Wars game could be the one Star Wars fans have been asking for for a long, long time, and we only have to wait until Saturday, April 13 to find out.

Prior to the tweet, it was officially announced that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order would be unveiled at the Star Wars Celebration. Well, the Star Wars Celebration is well underway in Chicago, and just two days from now the community is going to get some answers. There’s a more than a little hype revolving around the upcoming Star Wars game, and for good reason. It’s being developed by Respawn Entertainment, the developers behind the Titanfall series and just a couple of months ago turned the industry upside-down with its smash hit Battle Royale experience, Apex Legends.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was originally announced in 2016, and now, three years later, it seems that the wait is nearly over. EA and Respawn are all set to reveal what they have on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order so far, and with all the hype and excitement over the upcoming title, we hope (for our sake and for theirs) that it does not disappoint.

The official reveal will be live-streamed from the Star Wars Celebration in Chicago, and for your viewing pleasure we’ve embedded the stream below. Make sure you check back on Player.One and watch the livestream with us! The reveal will begin at 2:30 p.m. EDT - that’s 6:30 p.m. UTC, so adjust your timezones accordingly - on Saturday, April 13.

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We don’t know that much about Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order just yet. However, we do know that the story will take place after the events of Episode 3, and that the story was written with the help of Chris Avellone, who worked on the Star Wars classic Knights of the Old Republic 2. We also have a good idea that it’ll feature lightsabers, Jedi, and the Force, but apart from that, we’ll find out on Saturday.

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