EA Announce Big News for Jedi: Fallen Order

Published 05/06/2020, 3:20 PM EDT


Respawn Entertainment found success and favorable reviews when they decided to kick-start a fresh franchise with Jedi: Fallen Order. Players take up the role of Cal Kestis, a young Jedi Padawan, as he navigates through the Star Wars universe. The story is set after the events of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. EA made an announcement regarding earnings for the fourth fiscal quarter on Tuesday. Not surprisingly, they declared Jedi: Fallen Order a huge success.

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Released in November last year for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, the title has since garnered 10 million unique users. EA’s CEO, Andrew Wilson also declared it was “a rare achievement” for a maiden title in a franchise to surpass 10 million in sales. The home quarantine being followed across the globe must have surely helped, but it as merited nonetheless.

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Jedi: Fallen Order Gets Free Update

To the fans’ delight, EA also announced a new free update for Jedi: Fallen Order. the announcement came on May 4, a day celebrated as “Star Wars Day.”

The update has added a ton of new content within the game along with new modes and challenges. Meditation Training allows Cal to undertake combat challenges. The player will face a wave of enemies when he accesses these meditation hubs scattered throughout the game. The New Game Plus mode enables players a rerun of the campaign with the addition of all unlocked cosmetics. For the Sith fans out there, you can also turn ordinary Cal into an Inquisitor Cal, complete with black apparel and a trademark red lightsaber.

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Check out the update reveal video below.

Given the huge success of Jedi: Fallen Order, it is unlikely Respawn Entertainment will let the franchise die down. In fact, last December, fans noticed a job listing by and for Respawn Entertainment’s Star Wars division. While it was promptly taken down and no official word was given out, they are certain to be working on the sequel.

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