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Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order will be at this year's Star Wars Celebration, according to EA. o far, Respawn's upcoming Star Wars game has been only teased, so this will be the first official reveal. Jedi Fallen Order is still tentatively scheduled to launch this fall.

Star Wars Celebration is scheduled for April 11-15, and, according to The Star Wars Show, the Jedi Fallen Order reveal will occur on Saturday, April 13 during a "special panel" that will "feature a discussion of never before heard details ahead of the game's fall 2019 release date." Set between the events of Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope, Jedi Fallen Order has you play as a Jedi Padawan who survived Order 66. We don't know much else about Jedi Fallen Order, but there's plenty we want from the game.

In other Star Wars game news, The Chosen One update went live in Battlefront II today, which added Anakin Skywalker as a playable Hero. Anakin represents the final major piece of the series of Clone Wars updates planned for Battlefront II, which also added Obi-Wan Kenobi, General Grievous, and Count Dooku, as well as a Geonosis multiplayer map. Certain lines of dialogue from the new characters imply that some female Heroes, like Ahsoka and Padme, might be the next stage of post-launch content for the game.

Jedi Fallen Order represents the second game by Respawn planned for 2019, following the popular Apex Legends. The free-to-play battle royale game takes place in Respawn's Titanfall universe, specifically several decades after the events of Titanfall 2. In our Apex Legends review, Phil Hornshaw gave the game a 9/10, writing, "Apex Legends is a mix of smart shooter ideas that makes for a competitive, team-based game that gets at all the best parts of battle royale while addressing a lot of the weaknesses. Respawn's intense focus on team play makes Apex more than just a worthy addition to the genre; it's an indicator of where battle royale should go in the future."

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Finally a game from EA that might interest me. Let's hope I am not disappointed.

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Ten bucks says Jedi Order will be a "Co-op survival zombie horror battle royale MOBA with RPG elements" and....microtransactions. Kill me, video games suck right now.

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@attirex: A bad game doesn't get past you does it?

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@attirex: Actually it’s been said that the game is supposed to be a single player action game that is drawing quite a bit of inspiration from The Force Unleashed.

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Its bittersweet that Respawn is a part of EA. On the one hand we might get a potentially great game that fans DESERVED when EA bought the license (Battlefront continues to be a missed opportunity). But on the other hand, its EA: The most greedy & tone deaf company besides Activision. Like Apex, This game might save EA from another potential brink of their eventual demise....

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Let us hope for a solid SP campaign.Titanfall 2 had great one.Care non for MP.

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@DN3D1997: It’s supposed to be drawing quite a bit of inspiration from The Force Unleashed according to developer interviews and such, so I think it’s safe to say the single player campaign will be pretty solid.

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Slight hype with Respawn at the helm.

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Here's hoping it has some RPG elements like multiple choice that affects what happens (they had multiple choices in TF2 I just don't know if it affected the story or gameplay never got far lol) maybe a little bummed out we're forced as a Jedi padawan again, playing Starkiller was quite refreshing in all honesty, though it did end up going a bit Jedi-y 😂

Miss the days of good Star Wars games, still a little butthurt of 1313 that looked sweet and the fact you were just a regular guy added a new spin to things too, in almost every Star Wars game you end up with a Lightsaber other than a handful or so of the FPS' that were like Doom clones lol

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Hoping for some space combat in this one. Like an updated Shadows of the Empire. Usually when they develop anything for Star Wars, the game is either only a shooter, space combat, or a melee focused game with you as a Jedi. Would be nice to have one with ALL of that in there.

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@scatterbrain007: The flight missions from Battlefront 2’s single player were sorta like an updated take on the Rogue Squadron games, but I kinda doubt they will put that into this game since it’s supposed to be a spirtual successor of sorts to The Force Unleashed

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Hopefully EA won't scrap it a few weeks later!

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Why cant we get an Xwing/TIE fighter game?

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@proxima1025: Because Andrew Wilson doesn’t care about Star Wars.

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EA's last chance

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@Blackened_Halo: Last chance for what exactly? All EA needs to do is shit out a new Madden and FIFA game every year and they are golden.

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@aross2004: I think he means it’s EA’s last chance to prove they are worthy of having the Star Wars license