The authors of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order could already work on another Star Wars game

A list of job offers reveals that Respawn Entertainment is looking for staff for another Star Wars game.

At Respawn Entertainment they are still giving the latest touch-ups to the post-launch support of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in the form of patches and updates, and yet they are also thinking about the future, as it could not be otherwise.

The study, which combined the development of the video game about Star Wars with that of Apex Legends, would already be beginning to test how to continue with the galactic saga as a job offer published by the team itself. To be more precise, they are looking for a Senior Software Engineer and, in the employment requirements, they request that you feel “passion for the Star Wars universe” and, for more details, that you “love the idea of ​​working on an action adventure in the third person. ”

What could this all be about? Many fans have already rushed to ensure that this assumes that the team is already completely dumped into a new Star Wars game, something that could be true of course, but it could also be extra personnel for future Fallen Order additions or even Template to continue post-launch title support.

Just yesterday, in fact, we told you that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has added a new update after the photo mode that was recently incorporated and, from this link, you can check its news.

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