Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is an action-adventure title developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by EA.
The game is set between the events of Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope, during the time when the Jedi were being hunted down and wiped out by the Galactic Empire.
Respawn Entertainment also acknowledges an issue with the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S upgrade showing up as paid for some players.
The upgrade offers 4K resolution and HDR, improved 60 FPS performance, faster loading times and higher resolution textures and assets.
The game was originally released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC in November of 2019. It's coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S this year.
Some European retailers have mentioned June 11 as the launch date, though.
Existing users will get a free upgrade.
Could Respawn's action-adventure title be headed to the new consoles?
Respawn Entertainment seems to be at work on the follow-up to Fallen Order.
The publisher's Star Wars titles have sold 52 million copies across all platforms.
Xbox Series X and PS5 receive higher dynamic resolution ranges in addition to 60 FPS.
Get a look at the game in various stages in development.
Only Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has sold better, according to The NPD Group's Mat Piscatella.
The action-adventure title is paving the way for an even larger player base.
Respawn Entertainment's action-adventure game will soon be available on Google's service.
Could the action title be getting something extra soon?
"We have a tremendous relationship with Disney," says EA CEO Andrew Wilson.
If you had any doubts Fallen Order wasn't going to be an ongoing thing, cast them aside now.
Not exactly sales numbers, but still an incredible number all the same.
You can even create your own challenges and unlock new cosmetics.
EA becomes the latest third party publisher to pledge support to Google's service.
Both the company CEO and game's director admit the game probably needed some extra time.
EA now expects the action-adventure title to have sold 10 million units by the end of March.
The robot's performance was done in a unique way.
Photo mode can no long destroy rockets, or crash your game.
"What I came to learn is for them, Jedi is the Holy Grail," says director Stig Asmussen.
Bored with his looks? Customize Cal with different outfits.
Outselling Battlefront 2 by more than 2 to 1.
A sequel could already be in the works.
It narrowly beats Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
Pokemon Sword and Shield enjoy the series' best ever launch in the US.
The patch is out later today.
Will EA learn anything from the success of Respaw's action adventure title?
Steer clear if you haven't finished the game.
Here's how to avail of a powerful upgrade early along with finding tons of collectibles.
Also EA’s bestselling Star Wars game on PC in its launch window.
Unfortunately, nothing for performance just yet.
Unlock a vital upgrade for BD-1 or find a nice furry companion for your ship.
Post-Order 66 survival isn't easy for a Jedi. Here are some collectibles and items that should help.
The Force is strong with this month’s additions.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order looks and plays top notch.
If you think about it, this is really your fault, and not the game’s—from a certain point of view.
Another patch will be going live later this week for consoles.
Respawn’s latest is the best Star Wars game in more than a decade.
While down from Battlefront 2, it's a strong debut.
Trust in the Force...and these tips for surviving Respawn's latest.
Origin Access Premier subscribers also can't play the full game before launch.
You'll have to wait for those impressions.
The conference will bring some big guns.
May the force be with this one.
Get ready to travel to a galaxy far, fay away.
Stig Asmusses speaks about how his previous game has influenced his upcoming one.
The house of the mouse has its fingerprints on this one.
Every good Star Wars story needs a buddy droid.
A bold (and risky) design move by Respawn.
"We understand your life outside of work is far more important than what you're doing in the office, and we try to respect that," says Stig Asmussen.
The game's skill and story progression seem to be linked.
"We don't want anybody to feel left out," says game director Stig Asmuessen.
Respawn's action-adventure title launches in less than a month, so clear up some space.
It's like a cross between Bloodborne's Blood Echoes and Shadow of Mordor's gloating enemies.
Take a ride through the familiar and the new.
The action-adventure title has wrapped up development.
Respawn Entertainment details enhancements for its upcoming action title on more powerful hardware.
Respawn's Star Wars story is almost upon us- here's what you need to know about it.
Respawn dials back the rather huge recommended requirements.
The specs are very strong with this one.
The shrewd and agile Second Sister, and the brutishly strong Ninth Sister.
Priced at $500 and $300 respectively.
Stunning environments, Cal's allies, and much more also showcased.
The reveal will take place at 11 AM PST on Thursday.
Respawn Entertainment are almost done with the action adventure title's development.
Showing off a Flametrooper, an AT-AT, and more.
Respawn Entertainment are about to wrap up principle development.
There will probably be a lot of coarse and rough and irritating sand.
Microsoft's presence at Gamescom is fairly strong - here's what to expect this Monday.
There probably won't be the same call for easy modes with Jedi, though. Probably.
It's definitely going to be a meaty experience, as per Stig Asmussen.
Game director Stig Asmussen also talks about why the game doesn't have an alien protagonist.
Director Stig Asmussen says "you can see the difference right away."
There will also be a photo mode in the game (probably).
Along with a letter from director Stig Asmussen speaking directly to the fans.
Game director Stig Asmussen says the team is "very happy" for going with Unreal Engine 4.
This franchises loves cutting off hands, but not in this game apparently.
The franchises are closer than just the whole losing hands thing.
Apparently the E3 demo didn't paint the best picture.
They promise a game neither too hard nor too short, but just right.
This has been a good E3 for Star Wars fans.
Interesting new story and storytelling details about Respawn's upcoming game have come to light.
Tons of new gameplay details from Respawn's upcoming action-adventure title have emerged.
Respawn are creating it strictly as a "Jedi story".
Combat, Force powers, and much more are showcased in this nearly 14 minute alpha gameplay video.
Worldwide reveal of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order's gameplay, The Sims 4, and more to be showcased.
You will climb in this game.
Take a look at what the force will look like on your shelf.
Respawn's action-adventure title will be getting plenty of attention during E3 week.
"The game does have hope," says game director Stig Asmuseen.
The first day of EA Play doesn't seem to have any surprises.
A lineup of cancelled games and a couple of disappointing releases- how is EA getting it so wrong?
"The game is turning out unbelievable," says the actor.
EA wants to offer a "full slate of streams" on a single day for fans.
"We're making something that's really, really fun," says director Stig Asmussen.
Forecasts for the next Need for Speed and Plants vs. Zombies also revealed.
We'll finally get to see what Respawn Entertainment's action adventure title looks like next month.
Writer Chris Avellone is full of praise for director Stig Asmussen.
Respawn's upcoming action-adventure title wants to "let players immerse themselves inside Star Wars."
Apparently the weapon will change right alongside Cal.
Looks like the Force won’t be with Nintendo’s system.
The post-Order 66 setting arose out of Respawn's desire to create a story where you're "up against it all".
According to the game's listing on the PlayStation Store, at least.
Game director Stig Asmussen says Jedi: Fallen Order won't be alienating the large masses of people who'll want to play it.
EA's Jay Ingram also hints at more information coming at E3, as well as some gameplay details.
Director Stig Asmussen said the team "unanimously" opted to work on Star Wars.
"It's not just Cal versus the environment, but also Cal versus the elements," says Stig Asmussen.
"Maybe this is just a demonstration of a change of strategy for EA," says the former Uncharted director.
It's all about the Force (and your lightsaber, of course).
Respawn's upcoming Star Wars action adventure is touting impressive visuals.
No Season Pass has been mentioned for the action-adventure title.
Players can decide "when and where to go next" and revisit old maps with new powers.
Details on the new droid, a new Storm Trooper type, and more also revealed.
Respawn's action adventure title is confirmed to release on November 15th.
The retailer listing also touts "unmistakable locations, weapons, equipment, and enemies".
Respawn producer Blair Brown confirmed the same in a recent tweet.
How did EA let this game get past the pitch?
Respawn's action-adventure title will buck the trend of EA titles being developed on Frostbite.
A Jedi wielding a blue lightsaber and droid overlook the aftermath.
Some interesting details on the Respawn title might have come to light, thanks to a recent leak.
A broken lightsaber offers some foreshadowing of the tragedy.
Timings for the reveal at the upcoming Star Wars Celebration have also been confirmed.
It seems like the writer of classics such as Planescape Torment has been working on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
We get to see Respawn’s Star Wars game in action next month.
EA promises that we'll start seeing "glimpses" of Respawn's Star Wars title very soon.
In the wake of dire news for the Star Wars property in video games, we're hoping Respawn Entertainment can be a shining light.
Sometimes, actions do speak louder than words.
New story details about Respawn Entertainment's upcoming Star Wars title have emerged.
The action title will be set during the "dark times" between Episodes 3 and 4.
Probably their new Star Wars project.
Star Wars Titan Fall.