While the leadership of Uncharted Director Amy Hennig wasn't enough to save that game, it looks like EA has plenty of faith in this upcoming project from Respawn.
He also confirmed you'd be playing a Jedi in the title, which takes place when they're being hunted during a period of "dark times".
No other details were shared at this time, but it seems likely that Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order will have a big presence at next year's E3, since the game will be, hopefully, launching just a few months after.
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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.
During their E3 conference today amid a very weird low key back and forth conversation in the crowd, EA's Vince Zampella announced Jedi: Fallen Order. We know that one of their titles is a VR project that Respawn was contracted by Oculus to make.
Stay tuned for more details as the game's development continues.
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