Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Tease New Image This Week


The newest Star Wars Game, Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order was briefly announced last year at EA’s E3 adjacent event, EA Play. At the time we were given only a name and a holiday 2019 release window.
While we are certain that Jedi Fallen Order will get a full unveiling at Star Wars Celebration on April 13, it seems that EA and Respawn have decided to give us an early tease.

The official Twitter account for Star Wars games, @EAStarWars, recently tweeted something new. A gif of a broken lightsaber that still gives off a light hum, against a partially darkened background. The lightsaber appears to be longer than the usual, with the broken end still coursing with lightning, possibly hinting at a double-bladed lightsaber.


The gif is captioned “Don’t stand out,” likely a nod to the time period the game is set. Taking place just after Episode III, the Jedi have been branded a threat to the galaxy and are on the run.

The official website for the game has also been updated with a new logo recently, which you can see in the banner above. A new, short description for the game has also been added, which reads:

“From Respawn Entertainment comes a brand-new action adventure game which tells an original Star Wars™ story around a surviving Padawan set shortly after the events of Star Wars™: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith™. The game will be releasing Holiday 2019. Sign up for our newsletter to be among the first to learn more about Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order™.”

I’m sure these quick tidbits have only added to the increasing excitement for the upcoming Star Wars Celebration this weekend. I’m sure the gamers in attendance will be waiting (impatiently) for whatever news EA and Respawn are planning to tell us. EA will have their showing at Star Wars Celebration n Saturday, April 13 at 2:3opm EDT/1: 30 pm CDT/11: 30 pm PDT.

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order is still scheduled for release sometime during the holidays this year.

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