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Has Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’s Sequel’s Name And Launch Window Been Revealed?

Respawn Entertainment’s unexpectedly successful game is getting a sequel (and let’s just say it’s well deserved…).

 

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was a game from Electronic Arts and Respawn worthy of the Star Wars license because, unlike the two Battlefronts, it didn’t use the live service model. It wasn’t a plethora of microtransactions. It wasn’t full of loot boxes. It was a decent single-player, third-person action-adventure game from the studio that created Titanfall, which shocked Andrew Wilson and his team with its sales so much that they decided to drop the live service approach in Dragon Age 4 and make it a single-player project instead. ..

On his paid podcast on Giant Bomb, Grubbsnax, Jeff Grubb quietly confirmed that the viewers had correctly guessed how the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order would be called, and he commemorated it on Twitter. If we’re to believe him, Respawn’s game will be called Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, and we’ve previously reported that it’s supposedly no longer coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and rumours at the time had already suggested that the name Fallen Order wouldn’t be in the title…

But that’s not all. Grubb added in another tweet that he believes the game will be released in February, possibly March. Electronic Arts should be careful not to repeat what they did in 2016 (Respawn’s Titanfall 2 came out a week after DICE’s Battlefield 1… so there was not much interest in it). Dead Space Remake will be released on January 27…

Hopefully, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor doesn’t hit stores on PlayStation 5, Xbox One and PC right after that (that’s a given; PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are questionable due to rumours…), because then Respawn could face another sub-par selling situation especially now since Isaac Clarke’s revamp isn’t exactly multiplayer-centric…

Source: WCCFTech

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