Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 is reportedly in development at Respawn Entertainment, but apparently, it’s not releasing anytime soon.
We’ve heard reports of a sequel to the 2019 Star Wars game for well over a year. However, no word of a release date or a release window. Unfortunately, we still don’t have the former, but we have the latter, courtesy of a new report. The bad news is the release window isn’t very close.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 is out there.
Respawn Entertainment’s excellent Jedi: Fallen Order proved to EA that there was an audience for well-made cinematic single-player action experiences set in that galaxy far, far away.
In other words, they’ve clearly struck a chord with their brand new Star Wars IP, and according to a new report. We may have the release window for their sophomore effort, tentatively dubbed Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2.
This story comes by way of the Bespin Bulletin, an outlet dedicated to all things Star Wars. Apparently, the follow-up is in active development since the first game wrapped last year, and its release window is currently slated for 2022. Unfortunately, that’s where the specific intel ends. However, this is not the first time we heard about a possible sequel to Jedi: Fallen Order.
In fact, we’ve heard recently that the studio is actually planning to make a Jedi: Fallen Order trilogy. Also, that we’ll also see more characters from the films appear in future installments. Further still, we’ve also received word that Lucasfilm is interested in making a TV show or movie out of Respawn’s sci-fi source material.
The Bottom Line
Of course, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 is yet to be officially announced by EA. However, we imagine it’ll be unveiled sometime later this year. Until then, all we can do is speculate on what might be coming our way.
As for the report itself comes the way of Gamereactor and is part of a much larger report about a variety of unannounced and unreleased games. In other words, it’s not a random Reddit user or from the depths of 4chan. Despite this, it still needs to be taken with a grain of salt.
At the moment of publishing, neither EA nor Respawn have commented on the claim. We don’t expect this to change, but if it does, we will be sure to update the article with whatever either or both have to say, salient or not.
Tell us, though, are you down to see more from Respawn’s latest Star Wars adventure title? Or would you rather see the series frozen in carbonite? Let us know in the usual place down below.