STAR WARS JEDI: FALLEN ORDER 2 Gets A Suitably Foreboding Title As Rumors Swirl About Release Plans

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was a hit among fans of this Galaxy Far, Far Away, and a new rumour not only claims to reveal the sequel's title, but may also shed some light on when we'll be playing it...

Fans remain optimistic that Lucasfilm Games will finally pull back the curtain on the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sequel at this year's Star Wars Celebration, but some new details have now been revealed courtesy of insider Jeff Grubb. According to the prolific leaker and reporter, the game will be titled Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, a fitting moniker given how the first chapter of this story ended.

There have been rumblings for a while that the plan was to ditch "Fallen Order" and just go with Star Wars Jedi as the main name of this franchise. That sounds about right, and we're intrigued to see Cal Kestis' story continue, especially as it appears he will create his own Jedi Academy prior to A New Hope.

Grubb has a somewhat hit-and-miss track record, but did recently claim that the Dead Space remake would arrive early next year, only for EA to confirm just moments ago that it's coming on January 27, 2023.

As for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, he claims that the sequel will likely debut in 2023, though it's possible it could be here in time for Christmas (we're not banking on that). Grubb has also revealed that, like Gotham Knights, it will only be available on next-gen consoles and PC. This is bound to upset some gamers, especially when the PlayStation 5, for example, remains hard to come by.

Hopefully, we'll have more details to share with you soon. Star Wars Celebration takes place later this month, and it would be very odd for the follow-up to not be a focal point of the event in some way.

What do you think about this title for the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sequel? 

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