Respawn Entertainment employees have been talking about their upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order approaching the end of development for a while now, and now, the studio has made it official. Taking to Twitter, Respawn recently confirmed that the action-adventure title has gone gold.
That means principle development on the game has now wrapped up, and the game’s master code has now been sent out to get pressed onto discs for retail. Respawn will continue working on the game to iron out any bugs and kinks, but all of that will come in the form of updates and patches to the game on the day of release and beyond.
It was recently confirmed that on the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will offer two modes– one that favours performance, and one that favours resolution. Meanwhile, if you’ll be playing the game on PC, make sure to check out its system requirements (though keep in mind that the RAM requirements have been revised).
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is out for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC in less than a month, on November 15. For a quick rundown on the most vital details you need to know about the game, head on over here.
We are proud to announce that #JediFallenOrder has gone gold! We can't wait for you to embark on this adventure across the Galaxy with us on 11/15.
May the Force be with you! pic.twitter.com/93gHxxzEGc
— Respawn (@Respawn) October 18, 2019