Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Trailer Senses the Dark Side

The latest story trailer for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order shows Cal face both the Empire and the Inquisitorius.
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As part of Disney’s ForceFriday event, fans got a new look at Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order with some new gear and a brand-new story trailer.

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Despite being labeled as a story trailer, the new Jedi: Fallen Order footage showed off a good bit of combat and regular gameplay.

Once Cal Kestis finally joins the Jedi resistance, he sets out on a journey to uncover something the Empire wants very badly. While we’ll have to wait until the game launches on November 15 to find, the trailer did tease what that might be. It shows Cal using the force to unlock what looks like ancient ruins or a Jedi temple.

The Inquisitors will play a substantial role in the game as well, with Cal going toe to toe with the Second Sister.

Where the E3 presentation mostly showed off basic, early-game combat, the new story trailer shows a wider variety of Cal’s moves and skills. It features fast-paced action, Force abilities, deadly foes, and boss battles aplenty.

After the game was revealed, we said it was shaping up to be the best Star Wars game in recent memory, and the latest impressions don’t disappoint.

Those who haven’t yet secured their Jedi: Fallen Order pre-order can check out all the pre-order options and bonuses here.

A special edition Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order edition Xbox One X and Xbox One S will also launch alongside the game. The console was not shown during the presentation, though it will come with a copy of the game. It will also include a one-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Live Gold, and EA Access.

On top of that is an Imperial Purge Trooper Xbox Controller — that will naturally be sold separately — sporting a red and black motif with the Imperial insignia.

Star Wars Jedi: The Fallen Order is set to release for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on November 15. 

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