With “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order” EA has proven that it can be done without loot boxes and microtransactions. Will there be a second part?
“Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order” is one of the latest “Star Wars” games from EA.
Although EA had declared single-player dead, “Jedi: Fallen Order” proved exactly the opposite.
You can find out whether and when a sequel will appear here.
New “Star Wars” video games have been appearing again and again for decades. The franchise is popular not only with movie lovers but also with gamers. After EA initially upset the players with “Battlefront 2” because of the loot boxes and microtransactions, the publisher adapted the online shooter accordingly and made it one of the most popular “Star Wars” titles in recent years.
“Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order *” does not need any online components or microtransactions. The “Star Wars” game from EA was very well received. But will there be a sequel?
“Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2”: EA has not yet announced a date
EA had already confirmed during an investor call that the title is the start of a completely new “Star Wars” series of games. So it is clear that the story of Jedi Cal Kestis will be continued in some form.
So when can we expect the second part?? Further details on a possible “Jedi: Fallen Order 2“Unfortunately, at this point in time there is not yet. It is also currently unclear whether players will actually slip back into the role of Cal Kestis, or whether a prehistory to the time of the old republic is being told. The only one indication is the reliable leak- Blog “Bespin Bulletin“, the one Release in autumn 2022. But this date should be treated with caution as long as EA itself has not made any announcements in this regard.
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“Star Wars” games: Further games outside of EA are planned
But EA has replenished “Star Wars” fans elsewhere. Because a while ago the publisher released “Star Wars: Squadrons”. This is a pure pilot game, in which the player controls well-known spaceships from the franchise, including X-Wings and TIE-Fighters. “Squadrons” also has a multiplayer mode, but EA assured early on that the game no microtransactions will contain. “Jedi: Fallen Order” has proven that it can be done without.
In the coming years, gamers can look forward to “Star Wars” titles, that are not produced by EA. Officially, the publisher has exclusive rights to the brand until 2023. However, Ubisoft and the revived Lucasfilm Games brand have announced their own major “Star Wars” project. In addition, the rumors about a new “Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic” are getting louder.
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