Respawn's Star Wars Game Confirmed as 'Jedi Fallen Order'

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Well, your appetite will finally be fed in December of 2019, with a new EA Star Wars video game titled Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order - featuring the great Jedi Purge.

Vince Zampella, co-founder of Respawn, made a brief appearance during EA's Play event ahead of the official E3 conferences, revealing the game would take place between Episodes III and IV in the saga. We'll just have to wait for additional details before the game releases in Holiday 2019. Fallen Order sounds like it'll on focus single-player and if you decide to write it off now because of the Battlefront 2 backlash, you could be missing out on something big. It also brings up the possibility of an actual Star Wars canon story to go along with it - oh what fun!

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For those of you unfamiliar with Respawn, the rights were acquired by EA for a cool $465 a year ago.

During EA Play 2018, Respawn Entertainment's Vince Zampella, as he previously indicated earlier this week, gave a few brief bits of info revealing what Star Wars project the company is now working on.

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We know nothing else about the game, even what genre it is in (although, Respawn being the developer does mean it's likely a first-person shooter). It's unclear if there will be a multiplayer mode at this time. EA's acquisition of Respawn was said to be in pursuit of a new Titanfall game, but there haven't been any announcements or leaks about that one yet.

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