Yesterday, Electronic Arts has finally lifted the veil on Star Wars Jedi: Survivor; highly anticipated sequel to that Fallen Order that unexpectedly made him a huge group of fans. In an interview published on the official Star Wars website, Director Stig Asmussen (Respawn Entertainment) confirmed that the tones will be darker than those seen in Fallen Order.
The Director has in fact confirmed that the air you breathe will be mysterious and, above all, threatening. “We want to leave players with a lot of questions”Asmussen explains. “The game is all about survival. That’s why it’s called Jedi: Survivor. They are in dark times, and Cal is doing everything in his power to survive with his team. “
“Part of this tone was broadcast in the trailer and, again, I don’t want to tell you anything but there is certainly a sense of … no, I don’t want to anticipate anything, sorry”; continues the Director, perhaps even more mysterious than that of his own creature.
What does the talented Asmussen really have in store for us? We will only find out in 2023, when Star Wars Jedi: Survivor releases on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Series S and PC. We remember that Respawn Entertainment is also working on a new FPS driving one of Medal of Honor’s fathers: Peter Hirschmann.
Meanwhile, to pass the wait, especially after seeing that beautiful red lightsaber, we remind you that Obi-Wan Kenobi is available starting todayTV series set between Episode 3 and Episode 4 and which, as you can guess, will focus on Obi-Wan and Anakin Skywalker, now Darth Vader.
Ewan McGregor takes on the role of Obi-Wan Kenobi in a live-action after almost 2 decades, and and will be reconciled with the good Hayden Christensen; as much criticized at the time as well-liked now in the role of Darth Vader. Additionally, Disney has unveiled the release date of season 3 of The Mandalorian and Star Wars Andor and, in the meantime, the filming of Ahsoka’s TV series proceeds.