Cover for The Art of Star Wars: Fallen Order is Fantasically Creepy


After Star Wars Battlefront II, EA is looking to come back to the action-platformer with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order later this year. We got a good look at some parts of the game earlier this year, but the cover for the art book seems to show us something we haven't seen before—a Sith temple.

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The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Cover Art
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A galaxy-spanning adventure awaits in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, the new action-adventure videogame from Respawn Entertainment. Explore the artistic creation of Cal Kestis's quest to rebuild the Jedi Order as he learns the ways of the Force, travels to exotic worlds, and battles tyrannical foes.

We really don't know what part of the game this is, but it does bear some kind of resemblance to the Sith temple that we see in Star Wars Rebels. In that setting, we also see a lot of "statues" of Jedi and Sith that were frozen in battle. Some of them are even holding old-fashioned lightsabers.

If anything, this just confirms that Fallen Order will delve deep into the lore of Star Wars. While we see new protagonist Cal Kestis run from the Empire and help rebels in the available previews, we've barely got to see any of the Jedi or Sith remnants. I mean, there's lightsabers and Sith Inquisitors, but this is the best look we have of an actual temple.

While I personally love the world of Battlefront with the guns and ships, I'm sure there are a lot of people who have been dying to get a new action-platformer in the same spirit as the Force Unleashed games. After this, we're also going to get LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, and then who knows what's next? A remake of the Racer game? How about a Bounty Hunter reboot with Disney+'s The Mandalorian instead?

Catch Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order when it comes out Nov. 15.

See Also: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Addresses Comparisons to Sekiro

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