Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Art Leaked Before Celebration Panel

Respawn has removed the envelopes of their upcoming Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order on a sign at the annual Star Wars celebration. We received many new details from the first trailer and the first panel of the story. but not before an online retailer inadvertently presents a teaser image with keyframes.

The Amazon online store mistakenly listed a commemorative shirt showing the artwork. It has since been retired, but not until the fans ensured the image for posterity. It shows a Jedi brandishing a blue lightsaber and climbing a mountain, accompanied by a small droid that seems to sweep. In the background, what appears to be a Star Destroyer from the Republic era crashes into a landscape filled with waterfalls.

Before the escape, we already knew that the story of the Jedi Fallen Order would be articulated around a Jedi Padawan that would have escaped the purge of the emperor, as shown in the film Revenge of the Sith. It is said that the game will take place in the Dark Times while the emperor consolidates his power over the galaxy and pursues the remaining Jedi. This image itself does not seem to bring much new information about the story, but it looks very good. And hey, we know there will be shirts. At the same time, the episode 9 trailer reveals that Palpatine is back for the movie, although we do not know how the emperor did it.

Respawn began mocking his imminent announcement with a social media post that showed a broken and covered lightsaber. He was accompanied by the words "Not excellent", a possible reference to the Jedi story by hiding.

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