A teaser trailer for Jedi Fallen Order 2, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, reveals Respawn Entertainment’s follow-up to Cal Kestis’ first sci-fi adventure.
The first trailer for Star Wars Jedi: Survivorhas been released, revealing a look at the long-awaited Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order sequel, and teasing a new adventure for Cal Kestis. Respawn Entertainment’s 2019 action game casts players as Kestis, a Jedi Padawan who survived Order 66 and finds himself on a quest to secure the Jedi Order’s future. A leaked Star Wars Jedi 2 report recently teased the sequel’s new title and darker tone, though official details were thin on the ground.
Adopting a “Metroidvania” gameplay structure, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order immersed players in Cal Kestis’ journey from Padawan to veteran Jedi. The story takes Kestis and his allies to planets both strange and recognizable, ranging from the Wookie homeworld of Kashyyyk to the unforgiving cliffs of Dathomir. Force powers in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order are useful for both combat and puzzle-solving, with each new skill letting the player access brand-new areas of the game. Kestis is the central focus of the first game, but rumors suggest that a new playable character in Jedi: Fallen Order 2 may shift focus away from Cameron Monaghan’s character.
Revealed by Respawn, an exciting Star Wars Jedi: Survivor teaser has been released as part of May’s Star Wars Celebration event. Respawn Entertainment’s next sci-fi adventure will take players on a new adventure as Cal Kestis fights to survive in the harsh, post-Fallen Order world. While few details are currently available about potential gameplay and overarching narrative points for the game, the announcement has confirmed Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is planned for release in 2023.
The second installment in the Jedi: Fallen Order game series looks darker than its predecessor, and Clone Wars connections in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor could help establish that more serious tone. The first game featured frequent flashbacks into the backstory of both Kestis and his mentor Cere Junda, but further exploration of Trilla Suduri could make for an interesting follow-up. Suduri was Junda’s first apprentice, but following Order 66 and Junda’s disappearance Suduri was seduced by the Dark Side of the Force. Despite her Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order ending, flashbacks exploring Trilla Suduri’s past could make for a darker second installment and give players access to powers unavailable to Cal Kestis.
While the game is a ways from release, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor looks like a promising follow-up to the original Fallen Order adventure. The teaser trailer, which teases a darker and more emotional journey, is the perfect way to commemorate Star Wars Celebration 2022. For those interested in more tales of Jedi heroism, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is shaping up to be a worthy successor.
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