The new Star Wars game developed by Respawn is Jedi: Fallen Order. It’s an action-adventure title set to release Nov. 15. Unfortunately, players are not going to get the chance to play the game sooner through early access. Everyone is going to gain access to the game roughly at the same time.
However, different release times are depending on where you are in the world.
The game is coming to the United States East Coast at midnight come Nov. 15. Those who are on the west coast are going to gain access to it at 9pm, their time, giving them a bit of an earlier start to begin playing.
Those who are in the UK and Europe may have a far better chance of jumping into the game before everyone. At this time, Origin lists the game as coming out on Nov. 14, 11pm GMT. If you live in the UK or Europe, you may want to switch your pre-order option over to Origin to ensure you play the game sooner.
The exact release times for Jedi: Fallen Order is going to vary all over the world. Ideally, EA is going to want to make sure the game comes out as close to Nov. 15 as they can get it, but timezones make it difficult.
For those who have digitally pre-ordered the game, make sure you’ve pre-loaded the title to your chosen platform. You should have access to this feature right now, so when the game officially comes out, you’re set to go.
You still have time to pre-order the game before Nov. 15. You can grab it for the PlayStation 4 on the PlayStation Store, Xbox One on the Microsoft Store, or on PC through Steam or Origin. If you grab it on Steam, you need an Origin account to launch the game. For those who pre-order the game digitally for a PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, you can get 10 percent off the title if you’re an EA Access member. EA will also have the game available on Origin Access if you’re a Premier member, which is different than EA Access, for $14.99 per month or $99.99 per year.