Titanfall developer working on Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order

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Vince Zampella from Respawn Entertainment was sat in the crowd during EA's E3 press conference and although adamant they weren't quite ready to show off the game, gave a tease as what to expect.

We have nearly no details whatsoever regarding Star Wars: Fallen Jedi Order, as it was just briefly mentioned by Respawn founder Vince Zampella during the EA press conference. Fallen Jedi Order is the next game to be published by Electronic Arts under the exclusive deal with Disney to create licensed console games under the Star Wars brand following the original Battlefront and its very controversial sequel from a year ago.

Players assume the role of a surviving Jedi Padawan in an original story that takes place in the Dark Times when the Jedi are being hunted.

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During EA Play 2018, Respawn Entertainment's Vince Zampella, as he previously indicated earlier this week, gave a few brief bits of info revealing what Star Wars project the company is now working on.

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While there was no footage, Zampella was able to disclose some light details on the game.

The World War II shooter got a new multiplayer trailer and some interesting but unsurprising news: It will have a Battle Royale mode. Zampella said that Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order is slated for a 2019 Holiday launch.

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