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Respawn’s Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order — What We Know And Want

We don’t have much information on Respawn’s Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, but here’s what we do know. The game will star a young Jedi Padawan who escaped Order 66 after the events of Revenge of the Sith when, as Respawn CEO Vince Zampella puts it, the galaxy was at its darkest. As a Jedi apprentice, you will have access to a lightsaber. It’s not much to go on, but it’s enough to make an educated guess as to who and what we might see in Jedi Fallen Order.

By the events of Star Wars Rebels (5-1 years prior to A New Hope), the Rebellion is already on the rise and large populations of the galaxy are already turning away from the Empire. Hope is beginning to spread; not exactly the galaxy’s darkest moment. Even in Solo, which takes place approximately eight years before Rebels, the first seeds of rebellion are beginning to sprout.

That leaves the six years between Revenge of the Sith and Solo. The Empire may still be young, but it’s quickly sweeping across the galaxy, along with the Emperor’s “humans above all” propaganda. Remnants of old Clone Wars’ feuds still rage, and some worlds, like Geonosis, face planet-wide genocide. The Jedi Order has been hunted to near-extinction, and Force-sensitive children are either killed or raised as psychopathic agents of the Emperor. We think it’s within this six-year period that Respawn’s Jedi Fallen Order takes place.

So now that we have a more exact period of time to work with, here’s who and what we want to see in Respawn’s Star Wars game.

11 Things That Would Make Fortnite: Battle Royale Even Better

Fortnite: Battle Royale is a household name at this point; whether you keep up with the world of games or pay no mind to the industry, you’ve likely heard the name Fortnite (or Fork Knife). Rarely do we see a game explode to this level of popularity, but developer Epic Games struck at the right time with its version of the last-person-standing game mode. Players scavenge a huge map for not only weapons and health items, but also raw materials to build structures. Fortnite finds inspiration from the likes of Minecraft and throws construction into the mix, so even if you get caught in the middle of a field, you’re not a sitting duck as long as you have the necessary resources and wit to put a protective fort together.

Tens of millions of people have played Fortnite, and for good reason: it’s a great game. It’s a ton of fun to outlast and eliminate enemy squads with a group of friends or by yourself. In our Fortnite: Battle Royale review, we stated, “Although a few shortcomings in the map design eventually surface and fatigue in looting can set in, Fortnite rarely fails at challenging you in unexpected ways, resulting in something more than just another typical last-person-standing shooter.”

Epic has been committed to adding new features to keep the game fresh and players interested. Seasons also include thematic shifts that lead into sweet-looking skins and changes to the actual map layout. Weekly challenges provide different objectives to complete aside from winning matches. We’ve even had The Avengers villain Thanos make a guest appearance as a playable character with a slew of unique abilities. However, there are still some aspects of the game that can be improved. With Epic so responsive to feedback, we compiled a list of changes we’d like to see come to Fortnite: Battle Royale.

What would you like to change about Fortnite? Are there additions, modes, or tweaks you’d want to see done to the game? Let us know in comments below.

Fortnite: Rocket Launch Event Left More Questions Than Answers

The countdown is over and the rocket has launched, ending Fortnite’s first one-time event.

As expected, the rocket launched from the evil lair and headed straight up into the sky. Soon after, a red laser touched down on Tilted Towers and the rocket returned to supposedly destroy the infamous town. Just before impact, the rocket hit what looked liked an invisible shield. The rocket vanished and reappeared a little distance away where it began to move out of control. At the end, the rocket shot back up where it tore a large rip in the sky.

So what changed? For starters, the rocket is now obviously missing from the lair but you can also find the remains of the rocket up north in Anarchy Acres.

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