Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

STAR WARS: Jedi Fallen Order Movie (Cutscenes Only)

Jedi Fallen Order Weekly Recap

Whos’ ready for another Star Wars film? I know I welcome any fun Star Wars stuff to help me pass the time. Here’s a fun video to help you with your boredom if you’re just sitting around the house. This comes to us from Gamer’s Little Playground via YouTube and contains ALL the cutscenes from Jedi Fallen Order to make a movie. It’s about an hour and 50 minutes in length and may contain spoilers. But it is really entertaining to watch. Ready to watch? Grab and some popcorn and movie snacks and check it out here: I’ve always loved videos that were made from video game cutscenes, but this one is especially good. What’s your favorite part (or parts)? What do you want to see more of? Join the forum discussion on this post

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Jedi Fallen Order 2 Release Date Is Coming

And it may be sooner than you think. When EA relased Star Wars – Jedi: Fallen Order, they had a lot to prove. There was a lot of criticism surrounding Star Wars: Battlefront and its sequel and this meant the pressure was on for Fallen Order. The good news is, Respawn Entertainment delivered and Fallen Order was a success. So much so, in fact, that reports from Kotaku say there is a sequel and it might be even sooner than you’d think. According to Kotaku‘s report, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 is one of two Star Wars games still in active development at EA. EA’s latest financial call showed that the game was a greater success than they had anticipated. “Sales of Star Wars — Jedi: Fallen Order significantly beat our expectations,” CFO Blake Jorgensen said. “We had forecast 6 million to 8 million units for the fiscal year, but to hit the high end of that…

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SWTOR: Free Mini-pet to Celebrate Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’s Launch

The guys over at BioWare is giving away a free mini pet to all players, in celebration of the launch of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen order. We want to offer our heartfelt congratulations to our friends at Respawn on their amazing accomplishment. Friday, November 15th marks the beginning of an exciting new journey as players around the globe begin their adventures with Cal Kestis and his companion BD-1. We cannot wait to join them in a galaxy far, far away! As a studio that loves our Companions, we were especially drawn to BD-1. So, as a special congratulations to the Respawn team, we have built a new droid mini-pet inspired by BD-1. Since The Old Republic takes place thousands of years before the events in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, we worked with the Respawn team to make sure that our droid’s design was properly influenced by BD while also fitting within…

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Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order: Darth Vader & Ninth Sister Explained

If you’re anxiously awaiting the latest Star Wars game, Jedi Fallen Order, then it’s time to watch this great video by MassiveG because he gives us a nice breakdown of the Ninth Sister, who are the Sisters, the Inquisitors, and Darth Vader and how this all relates in terms of what we will see in Jedi Fallen Order. Who is Ninth Sister? How does Darth Vader tie into Jedi Fallen Order? Let’s find out. Check out the video for yourself here. Up until recently, we have not had a lot of information released about Jedi Fallen Order. They’ve been pretty tight-lipped about it, which is typical with these games, honestly. But in this video, we get a recap of all the things we know about the game so far. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a game where we play the Inquisitors? A Star Wars game where we can play…

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Will Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Answer the Call of Gamers?

The gaming industry for the past decade has been primarily centered around multiplayer-focused titles. As with most industries – times change. For years now, gamers have been making calls for developers to create more single-player, story-driven experiences rather than churning out online multiplayer titles year after year. Those calls have mostly fallen upon deaf ears, however. Why? Well, mostly because multiplayer games rake in huge money and keep player bases active for longer. Nevertheless, some developers are finally starting to see that narrative-heavy, non-multiplayer pieces have a good market as well. Respawn Interactive is delivering one in particular soon that has gamers hyped-up big time – Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Fallen Order is set a few years beyond Revenge of the Sith. The protagonist, Cal Kestis, is a previous Padawan currently on the run from the Empire after Order 66 was enacted. With the powers-that-be of the Dark Side…

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Why Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Won’t Allow Dismemberment Too Often

Despite the fact that every true Star Wars fan knows and respects the limb-slicing capabilities of a lightsaber – we really haven’t seen much of it in the franchise’s video games. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order isn’t going to break the cycle either, says Aaron Contreras, the narrative lead at Respawn Entertainment. While the developers recognize that players would love to have the ability to chop off arms and other body parts – Respawn states that they prefer to save this gruesome display of power for pivotal moments in the story itself. A sentiment that they believe follows the same climatic experiences of the Star Wars movies. Star Wars games have, for the most part, been pretty conservative when it comes to gore and extreme violence. A few key moments in campaigns feature some brutal lightsaber action, but not much else. There have been titles where the gore levels were…

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Why EA Shifted to Single-Player with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade it’s probably challenging to understand how Electronic Arts (EA), a company that seems to know nothing but multiplayer titles and bad press, has made the decision to publish a game the likes of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. A single-player experience with no opportunities for season passes or loot boxes? Something seems off. That is EA’s modus operandi, after all. How did EA of all companies wind up making the decision to shift to a single-player, campaign-driven title? To be fair, they do have a few titles with great stories behind them. This still is, however, the company that has produced a couple Star Wars games already that have practically ZERO narrative and are solely focused on multiplayer (yes, we’re referring to the Battlefront games). Nevertheless, here we are – with Electronic Arts being the publisher putting out Star…

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EA Games and EA Access Coming to Steam with Launch of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

In a bit of a surprise announcement, Electronic Arts recently stated that all of the publisher’s games and it’s EA Access subscription service will be making an appearance on Steam. It all begins with the launch of the long-awaited Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order which is slated to release on November 15th, 2019. In the months following the release of Fallen Order more and more of EA’s titles will be added to Steam. It’ll be a slow and steady process, but, eventually, even the likes of mega-hits such as Apex Legends and Battlefield 5 will be available for download via Steam’s service. In addition to individual games being added we’ll also see EA Access made available via Steam. This is currently tentatively set to start sometime in the Spring of 2020. EA Access is a subscription service that gives players the ability to play a plethora of titles for one,…

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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Developer Interview Digs Into Decision of Going the Single-Player Route

A single-player, narrative-based Star Wars title has been a rarity in the gaming industry for the better part of 10 years now. The last true story-drive game within the franchise prior to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II which made its debut in 2008. The announcement of a new single-player title in the Star Wars universe was a surprise on its own. Combine that with the fact that it’s being published by none other than EA and you’d probably think the news were a farce had we not gotten a concrete launch date, trailers, and more at this point. Electronic Arts isn’t exactly known for having a great public image with gamers these days. Plus, they’re notorious for putting out nothing but multiplayer titles riddled with microtransactions (up until Battlefront 2, at least). So, what made EA of all publishers decide to take up…

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Latest Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Trailer Reveals New Details and Prompts Questions

The official launch trailer for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is here and with it comes more info, new looks at gameplay, and a flurry of new questions prior to the game’s release date. Scheduled to hit the market on November 15th, Fallen Order is the first single-player Star Wars game seen in 10 years. An action-adventure title based in an era when the Empire has enacted Order 66 and eliminated nearly all of the Jedi Order, this game has already built up massive anticipation among fans and is currently available for pre-order. Fallen Order will launch on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The newest trailer – simply titled “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – Launch Trailer” – gives a brief glimpse at the new worlds, new characters, and premise the entire game is based on. The video shows off both new cinematics and never-before-seen in-game gameplay action as…

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