Microsoft’s E3 2019 press briefing will include Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, confirmed by the official Xbox Twitter account. Check out Xbox’s tweet below!
Microsoft is really doing its best to seize the opportunity now that Sony and EA won’t be at E3. So, get ready to see a lot more news about the game and other titles from Microsoft’s studios on June 9, 2019. We’ll surely learn more about the next-gen console from Microsoft on that day.
Tune-in for special first-looks, including Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order™. #XboxE3
— Xbox (@Xbox) June 4, 2019
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Respawn Entertainment, the devs behind Titanfall franchise and the free-to-play battle royale Apex Legends are the ones developing Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The title was recently revealed this year, showing us a trailer with part of the story.
As seen in the trailer, the game will feature a Padawan, and the action will take place after Star Wars Episode III. It is a time where Jedis are hunted down, and those that were able to escape and survive are now hiding. Unfortunately, the trailer only shows us part of the story and no gameplay, but we expect to see more during E3.
It is obvious that Respawn Entertainment has decided only to show part of their upcoming Star Wars game, leaving all the gameplay footage to be revealed at Microsoft’s press briefing.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is planned to get released on November 15 this year for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Another highlight at Microsoft’s conference is Halo Infinite which was already announced last year at E3, but this year we will probably get a cinematic trailer showing us part of the story. However, we do not expect much more than that, considering it still is in early development.
What other games will be featured at E3? Check back to get more E3 news and get ready to be surprised!
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