Zampella teased the title is now scheduled for release in late 2019, with more details to come at next year's E3.
Set during the dark times, Respawn Entertainment's Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order will be out next year around the winter. The game will take place between episodes 3 and 4, in a time where the Jedi are being hunted. Vince Zampella, cofounder of Respawn, announced at the event that the game will be called Jedi: Fallen Order. So there's no specific release date; but at least we have a name and an idea of what the team could be delivering. EA Games, which acquired Respawn in 2017, confirmed that the game centers on "a surviving Padawan". Even if it's simply a small teaser, we'll likely see something that fans can latch onto and speculate about until more details are finally revealed. There's a good chance that we'll see some intense first-person shooting action here. We're also going to be scouring E3 and the internet for breaking stories, interesting tidbits, and rumours of what is still to be announced.
Gennady Golovkin Stripped of IBF Middleweight Title
With Golovkin no longer having to worry about defending his IBF belt, there are still a number of potential challengers for him. Golovkin has held the IBF middleweight title since 2015 when he knocked out David Lemieux on pay-per-view.
In 2016 the studio announced it was working in a "new adventure" in the Star Wars series, and promised it would "respect the legacy at all times".
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