The much-awaited sequel to the 2019 smash-hit Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is coming together pretty nicely and despite its release date being pushed back to 2023, the excitement and enthusiasm from fans and gamers alike haven't died down. Still, the fandom is eagerly awaiting more updates regarding the anticipated game, and just this week alone, several rumors about it circulated online.
This week, we got a massive update regarding the upcoming title which is reportedly getting a brand new name. We reported yesterday that 'Fallen Order 2' will now be called Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and while nothing has been officially confirmed yet, the news originally came from quite a reputable source.
In a follow-up scoop, insider Jeff Grubb took to his official Twitter account to reveal the potential months the folks over at Electronic Arts are eyeing to release the game. According to Grubb, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor could drop in either February or March which is only a couple of months away.
Originally, the Fallen Order sequel was originally set for a late 2022 release but plans were ultimately halted.
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As it stands, nothing has been officially confirmed yet but with Star Wars Celebration just around the corner, it would be safe to assume that EA and Respawn Entertainment could also be taking the opportunity to drop some major news regarding the game. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
The follow-up to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is expected to be available only on current-gen consoles.