Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order could continue. At least if the developers at Respawn Entertainment have their way. They were open to Gamesradar for a successor. Little speaks against it. According to Electronic Arts, the game has sold extremely well and was also well received by critics and gamers.  


With the Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order sales Electronic Arts, Lucasfilm and Respawn Entertainment were satisfied. Reason enough to speculate at least about a successor. In any case, the developers would like to implement such a project, they told the magazine Gamesradar.

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order could continue

Respawn Entertainment is open to a sequel to Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. Charlie Houser, head of “Brand Strategy”, takes the reactions of the players as an opportunity to lay the foundation for a possible successor to action-adventure.

He told Gamesradar: “We had a lot of fun developing Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. It was a learning experience for the new team that came together at Respawn to make that happen. Depending on the reactions and feedback from the players, we would like to continue to develop the great experiences and stories and to keep telling that story in Star Wars. "

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The foundation stone for a successor has long been laid: good sales figures and good reviews have made the Jedi adventure a great success just two weeks after its publication. Based on this, the development of a Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order 2 should be almost certain. With Star Wars: Battlefront, which was rather screwed up at the beginning - but still successful - it took significantly less praise from critics and gamers to motivate Electronic Arts to plan a successor. The upcoming Christmas season will presumably also provide further impetus, especially if sales develop by leaps and bounds.

Fans should definitely like the idea: With a comparatively short playing time of around 20 hours, the Jedi adventure was over quickly. Replenishment is welcome.
That didn't detract from the quality of the game: im Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order review The title showed itself to be playful and largely also technically at its best.



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