2019 was an exciting year for the Star Wars fans. Not just it had a movie lined up but it also witnessed a game on the same storyline.
While the movie, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker turned out to be an utter disappointment, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, the action-adventure game exceeded expectations of the publishers itself.
The game released in November 2019 was received well by the gamers who prefer story-driven games.
Battle-field games have been trending from some time now, so an addition to the genre along with being welcomed also faces a lot of scrutinies.
A whopping, 8 million copies of the game are surely news that the game has surpassed all the hurdles to be a prominent success.
Critically acclaimed, Start Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has not just been accepted by the Star Wars fans but also has been given good reviews and stars by the fans of action-adventure games.
Developed by Respawn Entertainment, the story of the game is set in between Star Wars Episode III- Revenge of Sith and IV-A New Hope.
Published by the popular EA (Electronic Arts) Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order follows the life of a young Jedi, Cal Kestis from a third-person’s POV.
The game is also a breath of fresh air for single players amidst all the popular multi-player games.
It might come as a shock to a lot of people that despite all the success and love the Star Wars Games receive EA does not allow all the games developed in the genre to release. Three Star Wars Titles have been canceled till now by EA since, 2017.
However, if sources are to be believed then two more titles from Star Wars are in the development process, one of which, the sequel of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
Though none of it has been confirmed from official sources, given the success of the release, the news doesn’t seem to be unbelievable but may look a little too early.