While there is a next-gen version of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order coming, neither EA nor Respawn has said exactly when. The two companies announced an Xbox Series X/S and PS5 version of Fallen Order is coming sometime "this summer," but now a listing on a couple of retailers' websites may have leaked the exact date.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has managed to stay relevant in the mind of gamers thanks to it just recently landing on Google Stadia. Fans of the game now have more reason to play it again, as it will be getting an upgrade for the newest consoles that is expected to make an already good-looking game, look and perform better. Since the announcement, there have been guesses on when that upgrade will arrive but this is the first hint from a retailer on a release date.
That hint comes by way of two Brazillian retail sites, Submarino and Americanas. Both of the sites have the same day listed as when the new version will arrive, further lending credence to the leak. Both sites have the date listed as June 26, which certainly falls in line with "this summer." However, that day would also appear to be a bit earlier than most in the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order community expected.
While some in the community thought the game would come later in the summer, some thought Fallen Order would take advantage of May 4 with a shadow drop. That day, of course, is special in the fanbase because it's often referred to as "May The Fourth." While the upgraded version of the game didn't arrive on the Star Wars holiday, it won't be that much longer if the leaked date is accurate.
There is one more aspect that lends some credence to the retailers' listing, in that both are considered official resellers by Microsoft. While both listings are only for the PS5 version of the game, EA and Respawn went on record as assuring players that the upgrade will arrive on both new consoles at the same time.
Of course, this wouldn't be the first time that a supposed release date has shown up on a retailer only to later be wrong. There isn't a way to know if the June 26 date is right until Electronic Arts and/or Respawn confirm that's when players will officially get the Xbox Series X and PS5 upgrade.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was evidently popular enough among Star Wars fans that people have been asking for a while now if a sequel was in the works. The belief that Electronic Arts and Respawn might tell more tales of Cal Kestis has been floating around the internet basically since Fallen Order released. The question is whether or not the company has any real interest in a sequel. Over the last few months, there have been some signs that hint at a Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 indeed on the way.
A Fallen Order 2 sequel is likely in a similar boat as many other Electronic Arts titles currently in development, and may not be announced any time soon. It's still almost a given that it's coming, though Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 is almost certainly not coming this year. There would be more concrete evidence, and almost assuredly even an announcement if that was the case, but there are more and more signs that there is work being done. It seems less like a question of "if," and more like "when?"
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