Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 is reportedly going to launch in 2023 — completely for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Sequence S/X, and PC. Moreover, the sequel would possibly ditch the Fallen Order identify from its title. Digital Arts and Respawn Leisure had been beforehand anticipated to launch the sequel to 2019’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in October this yr. This reported delay might need stemmed from the developer’s rumored try and launch the sequel solely on next-generation consoles.
This alleged info comes from the newest episode of GrubbSnax, hosted by VentureBeat reporter Jeff Grubb. As beforehand talked about, he claims that EA and Respawn Leisure have determined to push the discharge date of the sequel to the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order to 2023. The exclusion of the PS4 and Xbox One consoles is anticipated to liberate the dev group to “do one thing that feels new.”
Based on Grubb, EA would possibly formally reveal this recreation on the upcoming Star Wars Celebration occasion, which will likely be held on the Anaheim Conference Heart between Might 26 and Might 29.
Again in January, EA had introduced that it’s teaming with Lucasfilm Video games to launch three Star Wars video games. The event of two of those video games is being dealt with straight by Respawn. Certainly one of these is the rumored Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 which is being headed by Stig Asmussen, who additionally directed the primary Fallen Order recreation.
There may be additionally a brand new Star Wars first-person shooter within the works below Peter Hirschmann of the Star Wars Battlefront fame. The third one is a method recreation being developed in collaboration with the newly based Bit Reactor studio and Greg Foerstch. Foerstch has performed exceptional artwork and design work for Firaxis Video games for Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri, Alien Crossfire, Civilization III, and extra.
That is not all. With Lucasfilm ending the EA exclusivity, there are extra Star Wars video games within the works. Ubisoft-owned Large Leisure, builders of The Division, are making an open-world Star Wars recreation. Aspyr is dealing with a remake of Knights of the Outdated Republic for PC and PS5 (a timed console unique). Quantic Dream is creating the action-adventure Star Wars Eclipse that may function a number of playable characters. And lastly, Skydance New Media and Amy Hennig are main one other recreation.