It looks like Cal Kestis' story is far from over. A new report has just confirmed that a sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is currently being developed by Respawn Entertainment.
The report comes from Kotaku, which confirms that EA Studios is currently working on new Star Wars titles. "Today, EA has two new Star Wars games in development—a sequel to Jedi Fallen Order at Respawn and a smaller, more unusual project at EA Motive in Montreal, Canada," the report read.
The other title might still be a mystery but we're not exactly surprised that EA is already looking towards the future with Fallen Order. After all, the video game featuring Cameron Monaghan as a Jedi Padawan has already sold more than eight million copies since its release last November.
For now, we have yet to get the details about the Fallen Order sequel. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.
Jedi: Fallen Order follows the young Cal five years after the execution of Order 66 and the beginning of the Great Jedi Purge. Although he is effectively hiding from the newly risen Galactic Empire, things change when Cal uses the Force to save his friend and fellow scrapper Prauf from falling to his death. Unfortunately, the incident is recorded by an Imperial Probe Droid who immediately informs the Empire. This leads to two Inquisitors known as the Second Sister and the Ninth Sister pursuing Cal.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is now available on Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.