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Respawn’s Star Wars game gets a name at E3 2018 — Jedi Fallen Order

On stage at EA Play 2018, Electronic Arts finally announced the name for its latest Star Wars title, Respawn Entertainment’s Jedi Fallen Order. 

Details were light on the new game, but we heard that the game will be set between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope when the Jedi are being hunted across the galaxy by the reigning Empire.

We also got a vague release date for the game of ‘Holiday 2019′, meaning we’ve got a while to wait yet before we get to play it for ourselves.

After the cancellation of Visceral Games’ Star Wars game (which came alongside the closure of the studio), and the relatively disappointing Star Wars Battlefront 2, hopes are high for this latest game.

EA first announced that Respawn was working on a third-person Star Wars game back in May 2016, but this is the first time we’ve seen anything from the long-awaited title.

This probably means we’ll have a little while longer to wait for Titanfall 3, but we’ve got our fingers crossed that development is progressing nicely across the highly anticipated sequel.

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