Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order To Be Featured During Xbox E3 Press Conference

Back in April, fans got a first look at Jedi Fallen Order, the newest Star Wars video game from Electronic Arts. Reversing course from the multiplayer-laden Battlefront II, the game is a single player adventure, following a Jedi as he attempts to stay alive following Order 66. Players haven’t seen any gameplay from the title just yet, but that’ll change once this weekend comes around.

EA has already promised to show gameplay from Jedi Fallen Order this weekend during its EA Play event this Saturday. But that’s not the only place fans will be able to see it in action. Microsoft has also confirmed that it’ll showcase the forthcoming title during its Electronic Entertainment Expo press conference. The event is set to take place this Sunday, June 9, at 1 PM PDT, and will be live-streamed on Mixer, Twitch and other channels. The announcement is available below.

Microsoft has worked closely with EA over the last couple of years on a number of its key titles, including Battlefield V and Star Wars: Battlefront II. So its partnership on Jedi Fallen Order should be no exception. 

No word yet on what fans will see during the Xbox press conference. But it’s likely that fans could see even more gameplay, getting an idea of what’s in store.

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Before Microsoft shows off its footage, however, EA’s will come first. It will premiere gameplay footage on Saturday morning at 9:30 AM PDT, based on its EA Play broadcast schedule. Fans can check that out below. Those that aren’t in attendance for the event will be able to watch it online.

There’s a lot of hype going into Jedi Fallen Order, especially with Respawn Entertainment, the developers behind the Titanfall franchise, at the helm. Fans will see what they have in store in a matter of days.

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order releases on November 15 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.