We are two months away from the release of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and there is no big announcement of the game going gold. While it’s a bit worrisome, fans might not have to fear about the game’s state since cinematic lead John Ebenger has tweeted out that the game is almost done with production. Though not an official confirmation on the game’s status, this is basically showing that Fallen Order is doing fine.
The tweet from Ebenger is pretty humorous since he points out that the production of Jedi: Fallen Order is wrapping up just as World of Warcraft Classic is coming out. It’s nice to see developers still excited for games and it essentially tells fans that development on the big Star Wars game is doing well.
Game production wrapping up just after Vanilla WoW launches...bad combo. Must resist!— John Ebenger (@EbengerJohn) September 5, 2019
Admittedly, the lack of new promotional material for this game is a bit worrisome and that probably has some fans paranoid about its quality. Then again, the trailers looked good and critics that have tried the game out did say good things about it. This is a wait-and-see kind of approach, which is why we’re more anxious than usual.
Personally, I’m okay with this. To be honest, my expectations for this game aren’t the highest and I will be more than fine if this game ends up just being a solid single-player action title. The fact that it has Metroidvania-like elements is exciting and could make this a surprise that no one sees coming.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order comes out on PS4 and Xbox One on November 15.