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‘Star Wars: Jedi Survivor’ Trailer Reveals Long-Awaited ‘Jedi Fallen Order’ Sequel Game 

Respawn Entertainment has finally released the first trailer for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, the highly-anticipated sequel of the hit game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Released during the Star Wars Celebration event, the trailer presents the next-gen graphics of the sequel while also teasing the new and exciting paths Cal Kestis and his crew will take in Jedi: Survivor.

Jedi: Fallen Order became a critically-acclaimed commercial success by creating a brand new Star Wars story filled with exciting characters. The whole gang is back for Jedi Survivor, as Cal keeps trying to evade the Empire while protecting Force-sensitive children from the Dark Side. Fortunately for him, Cal is not alone in this new journey, as he keeps training with Merrin, the last survivor of the Nightsisters. The new trailer also shows that the Empire is not happy that a young Padawan could evade the Inquisitors and survive an encounter with Darth Vader himself. So, Cal will have to face even bigger threats in Jedi: Survivor, from an army of stormtroopers to deadly Jedi hunters.

Jedi Survivor will keep the trend by offering new monumental challenges for the player to beat. The new trailer doesn’t give away much of what will be offered in terms of game play in the sequel, but it does underline how beautiful Star Wars Jedi: Survivor really is. The sequel is being made only for next-gen consoles and PC, so Respawn improved the graphics to make players feel like they are part of a real galactical adventure.

Star Wars Jedi Survivor is only one of three Star Wars games currently being developed by Respawn. We don’t have many details about the other two projects, but one of them is supposedly a first-person shooter, while the second will be a strategy game. That means Respawn will offer varied experiences for players while expanding the Star Wars universe with new and exciting stories.

Star Wars Jedi Survivor comes to the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC in 2023.

By Marco Vito Oddo

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