Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Officially Goes Gold


Respawn has some exciting news for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order fans days after previews of a near-final version of the game went online. It’s officially all set to go, and the game has gone gold.

Respawn Entertainment, the developers behind the ambitious single-player adventure, sent out a tweet today confirming that Fallen Order has officially gone gold. That means it should meet its November 15 release date with no problem.

The tweet is below, along with a composite image of the Respawn team that worked on the game.

The game has been getting loud praises from those that have played it thus far, enjoying the action-based gameplay and the tie-ins with Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. (It follows the events from that film.) They’ve also given the newest star of the saga, young Cal Kestis, a thumbs up, saying he plays a pivotal part in the storyline.

EA’s banking big time on Jedi: Fallen Order, especially with the fan fallout they went through two years ago with Star Wars: Battlefront II. That game has bounced back nicely, but the publisher is hoping that the single-player adventure is well received. We are too, because, hey, this is one spin-off that we wouldn’t mind seeing sequels to in the future.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order releases on Nov. 15 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Check out the latest trailer below.