Nearly nine months after it was announced at California's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), the mysterious upcoming video game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will finally be unveiled April 13 at Star Wars Celebration Chicago.
The game is being developed by Respawn Entertainment, known for the Titanfall games, as well as Apex Legends. This would make Fallen Order the developer's first single-player game. Fans have been aware of the project's existence for some time, beginning when the game was vaguely mentioned in a letter written by Stig Asmussen in 2016, but no other details were given until the aforementioned E3 announcement.
It was there that Vince Zampella, co-founder and CEO of Respawn, confirmed that Fallen Order would be a single-player video game and that it would revolve around a new character in a new story taking place between the events of the prequel film trilogy and the original trilogy.
Players will take control of yet-to-be-named Jedi Padawan who survived Senator Palpatine/Darth Sidious' Order 66 and the destruction of the Jedi Order. However, aside from the premise, little is known about the game, though there are plenty of rumors, centered on everything from the release date of the game to the names of the main characters, though nothing has been confirmed.