We finally have a date for when Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is going to be unveiled. Respawn Entertainment has been working on this game for a few years now and it’s finally ready to show us what it has been able to accomplish. Lucasfilm has confirmed that Electronic Arts and Respawn will be officially showing off the title at a Celebration Chicago panel on April 13th.


Not a lot of details about the title have understandably been revealed at this point in time. The gist of it is that there will be a Padawan who survived the infamous Order 66 and then experience what it would be like to survive in an era where no Jedi are left.

Lucasfilm has said that “never-before-released” details of the game will be unveiled at the Celebration Chicago panel which didn’t really need to be said as they’ve not revealed a lot of details about this game in the first place so any news will be welcome news.

It has been three years since this game was first announced. There was some uncertainty surrounding it but that has now abated. The work on this title has clearly come far along enough for Respawn to formally show it off on April 13th.

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