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‘Jedi: Fallen Order’ Sequel Likely

Rumors of a sequel to Jedi: Fallen Order have circulated for some time now, but a recent EA earnings call gave us a light of hope, according to GamesRadar

CEO Andrew Wilson discussed the tremendous success of Jedi: Fallen Order. “More than 10 million unique players have joined the game since launch, a rare achievement for the first title in an entirely new franchise,” he said (emphasis ours). 

Maybe this is wishful thinking, but why refer to it as the first in a new franchise if you weren’t going to have sequels? Perhaps we haven’t seen the last of Cal Kestis and the gang. There’s certainly potential for future gameplay – we could play as different party members, for example, or follow them through the Rebellion era. 

We can only hope! Some confirmation would be much-needed good news. 

Start the discussion on our forum and chat room. May the Force be with you!

Jamie Binegar
"You cannot stop change any more than you can stop the suns from setting.” — Shmi Skywalker

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