Cal Kestis is back in the sequel to the game "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" from 2019.
Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment have announced the sequel to the 2019 game "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order", called "Star Wars Jedi: Survivor".
The game will be released for Playstation 5, Xbox Series S / X and PC in 2023. Here you can see a first teaser of the long-awaited sequel to Cal Kesti's adventure.
"Star Wars Jedi: Survivor" takes place five years after the events of its predecessor, which took place after the emperor took over the galaxy in "Star Wars Episode III - Revenge of the Sith". There we got to follow the young Jedi knight Cal Kestis, who is being hunted by the empire on his mission to restore the old Jedi order.
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This time, Cal must be one step ahead of the empire's hunt as he begins to feel the weight of being one of the last Jedi in the galaxy. Together with his robot friend BD-1, he will meet and ally with a number of unique and interesting characters on his journey.
Respawn Entertainment writes that "Jedi: Survivor" will expand the series' dynamic battles in new and innovative ways, and that Cal will learn new skills and expand its connection to power.
- Even before we finished with "Jedi: Fallen Order", our team had a vision of how we would continue the adventure for Cal, BD and the crew in the sequel. This time we are working close to Lucasfilm Games to build on the legacy of its predecessor. We use advanced technology to create more dynamic battles and a cinematic story to expand Cal's story as he matures and survives during the dark times, says Respawn Entertainment manager Stig Asmussen.
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When "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" came out, we gave the game a rating of 3 out of 5, with the words "exploring more of the Star Wars galaxy on your own is fun and enticing, initially, until you realize that the game does not offer any preferably surprises. "
In addition to "Star Wars Jedi: Survivor", other games set in a galaxy are far, far away, such as "Star Wars: Eclipse" by Quantic Dream ("Detroit: Become Human") and a game with an open world of Swedish Massive Entertainment.