Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is one of the most renowned war of stars Games and it sounds like there’s more where this is coming from. Electronic Arts publisher recently said on a conference call that it will “continue to invest in the franchise” to pave the way for potential Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 or something else within the same universe with a slightly different name or subtitle.
EA conference call:
– Mass Effect Legendary Edition far exceeded expectations.
– Will continue to invest in the Jedi Fallen Order franchise
– Battlefield 2042 was the most talked about new game in June. Trailers received 210 million views across all channels.
– Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) August 4, 2021
Industry analyst Daniel Ahmad tweeted this statement from the conference call. There was nothing else to be found in the tweet war of starswhich means that EA has not provided any other guidance regarding this potential sequel or sequel. It was just the willingness to continue investing in the “franchise” and nothing more.
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But another war of stars Game of respawn makes sense because the first game was a hit. Respawn said in June 2021 that over 20 million people played Jedi: Fallen Order. And while a percentage of that can count towards EA Play and Game Pass, it still means a significant number of people bought the game. EA also said a year earlier, in May 2020, that the title had sold 10 million copies, a number that has undoubtedly increased in the 15 months since then. Reports on the Dead space remake even quoted Fallen order as a success and a reason EA saw value in making more single-player games.
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