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Survivor will follow up Fallen Order very soon



The sequel to the souls-like Star Wars finally gives its news on the occasion of the Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, California.

After numerous leaks published here and there over the past few weeks, the studio behind Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order take advantage of the Star Wars Celebration to finally reveal more details about the long-awaited sequel.

It’s now official, this new episode will indeed be called Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. The title will arrive next year on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC. Old generation consoles will be left behind in favor of a game developed only for the next-gen, a trend that is beginning to take hold in the industry. This opus will therefore offer features specific to the new generation such as ray-tracing or almost non-existent loading times.

Fans of the first game will be happy to hear the return of Cal Kestis and the little droid BD-1 in this new adventure set five years after the events of the first game. The poor Jedi will still be on the run from the Empire as he tries to rebuild the Jedi Order. The title of this sequel seems to promise an adventure that will put the protagonist to the test as Palpatine and Vader’s men seek to destroy the Last Jedi.

A short teaser was also revealed on the occasion of this announcement, but it remains very evasive as to the content that will await players. in 2023 :

LEGO puts play in the spotlight

In addition to these news, the Star Wars Jedi license will be honored through its own LEGO set. The collaboration between LEGO and Star Wars has always been very fruitful and successful, whether through bricks to be assembled or spin-off video games. Thus, it is not surprising to see the universes intertwine with a new set inspired this time by a Star Wars game (and not the reverse).

© LEGO / Lucasfilm

If Cal’s little droid was able to please you during your games of Jedi: Fallen Orderknow that you will soon be able to build your own BD-1. It is already possible to pre-order it on the LEGO Store for a release scheduled for August 1st at a price of €99.99. The set comes with its small presentation sheet and its exclusive minifigure. No trace of Cal in this set, but if this one works, it won’t be long.

As a reminder, Respawn Entertainment is also working on two other Star Wars games announced last January. One of them is an FPS developed by the parents of Titanfall 2which promises a frantic experience in this galaxy far, far away.

BD-1 is waiting for you on the LEGO Store

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