Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Official Box Art Revealed
E3 2019 is practically here, and the multitude of game previews and reviews are already under way. E3 veterans are well aware that the biggest of these looks at upcoming games occur during the big presentations made by the big three console makers and the largest publishers. One such titanic publisher is EA, who has helped kick off E3 the past few years by placing their big presentations on the Saturday before E3. Perhaps the game that will be highlighted during the presentation that is exciting EA fans the most is Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, which has been confirmed to show gameplay tomorrow. Now, EA and Respawn Entertainment have revealed the game’s box art ahead of the big presentation.
— Respawn (@Respawn) June 6, 2019
Respawn Entertainment unveiled the box art for Jedi Fallen Order with a new motion poster on their official Twitter account. The art places protagonist player character Cal Kestis, a former Jedi padawan spared of the Order 66 Jedi purge, front and center. Also pictured with Cal (as played by Shameless’s Cameron Monaghan) is ex-Jedi Knight Cere (portrayed by Debra Wilson), the antagonist Second Sister and the Purge Troopers new to the game.
The first ever gameplay footage from the game will be shown during the EA Livestream tomorrow, Saturday June 8th, at 9:30 PDT. The title itself is set to release later this year on November 15th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Jedi Fallen Order will surely excite Star Wars fans both new and old when it introduces players to Cal Kestis. After all, it’s always a pleasure to meet a Jedi.
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