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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 could be announced before E3 2022, according to a rumor

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order It was a pleasant surprise for both fans of the franchise of Star Wars as for those looking for a cinematic action adventure. It was originally released in 2019, although last year it received next-gen versions for PS5 and Xbox Series X / S, and it seems that rumors have begun to surface that already speak of a possible sequel which was already practically confirmed to be announced this year.

Specifically, it has been Jeff Grubb, a collaborator of Giant Bomb, who in a special program has revealed that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 to be announced before E3 2022. That name is not the definitive one, obviously, but it has been the way in which it has referred to the new Star Wars game under the Electronic Arts seal. Narrowing the window of his announcement a little more, Grubb has spoken of a possible presentation of the project in May, month in which a “significant” amount of information would be given.

Could it arrive in 2022 or will it be launched in 2023?

In fact, the informant himself explains in the program that the game will be ready to arrive by the end of 2022, or at least those will be the plans of those responsible. That possibility may be there, although other people, such as the acquaintance twittero Nibel, they think it will most likely end up being extended until 2023. What seems certain is that we will not see it excessively late, or at least not as long as Star Wars Eclipse, the game that Quantic Dreams prepares and that will not arrive until 2027.

These information have not been officially confirmed or denied, so we have to wait to see if they are true. A good way to hold out until then is by playing Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, a magnificent game from Respawn Entertainment that in our review we said is “a great adventure with a lot of substance, varied, with an exceptional level design and full of hits”. Given the depth of their experience, we recommend that you have our guide at hand if you do not want to leave things for you along the way.

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