The key art for the standard edition of Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order from EA and Respawn Entertainment has been revealed, and it offers fans an exciting glimpse at some of the characters of the game.
Main character Cal Kestis, a Padawan survivor of Order 66, is front and center with droid companion BD-1 on his back; he stands ready for a battle, lightsaber ignited — though upon closer inspection, the bottom of the hilt appears broken. Behind him, the poster-like composition is divided by clouds of light and dark. In the dark half, the villainous, Jedi-hunting Second Sister holds her double-bladed lightsaber, leading the red-visor-sporting purge troopers, while AT-STs stalk below. Above is a ghostly ship graveyard and two yet-to-be-identified planets, with TIE fighters looming ominously. In the light portion of the image is Cal’s mentor, Cere, as well as the alien Greez, a ship chased by TIEs, Imperial walkers, and a mysterious glyph previously seen on a teaser poster. Burning embers blow in the wind at the bottom of the image, tying the piece together.
The official Star Wars twitter account also shared a really cool video incorporating graphics into the poster:
— Star Wars (@starwars) June 6, 2019
StarWars.com promises more to come on the game later this week when Respawn and Lucasfilm host a special live stream at EA Play this Saturday, June 8, at 9:30 a.m. PT. This event will be the world premiere of gameplay and will be streamed (here). We’ll keep you updated as more news is released on the upcoming game.