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Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order logo released ahead of full reveal

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order logo released ahead of full reveal

When does Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order come out?

Right now, we're pretty sure we know that Jedi: Fallen Order is an action-adventure game following a Padawan trying to survive in the galaxy after Order 66 wipes out almost every single other Jedi before the events of A New Hope.

There was also the fact that Abrams was being asked to fill in for Colin Trevorrow, who had been working on the film for several years and then was let go, giving Abrams only two years from blank page to release date.

Enjoy the teaser and stay tuned for more!

EA's Star Wars Twitter account published a tweet earlier today that contained a simple GIF teasing Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. The image seems to feature the broken hilt of a lightsaber with the caption "Don't stand out".

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This week's Star Wars Celebration promises to unleash a cavalcade of information about a galaxy far, far away, but before that kicks off, we're turning our attention to a new interview with Star Wars: Episode 9 co-writer/director J.J. This upcoming game is a brand-new adventure from Respawn Entertainment that will tell a wholly original story set in the Star Wars universe.

It sounds like you'll play as the survivor who will have to blend in order to survive.

After being announced at E3 2018, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has largely been kept under wraps as to what to expect from the game. Since the game takes place between Episode III and IV, we will most likely see the rise of Darth Vader and of course the Skywalkers. It takes place Saturday April 13 at 11:30am Pacific; a live stream should be available on the Star Wars YouTube channel. Respawn has proven themselves capable in the first-person shooter genre, but here's hoping they can make a quality Star Wars game.

Based on these comments, it sounds as if Abrams isn't interested in appealing to the small fraction of the Star Wars fan base that wants to see The Last Jedi completely undone.