Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Has Officially Gone Gold

The development team responsible for Titanfall has been working on an untitled Star Wars project for a few years now. Until E3 2018, we have been kept in the dark when it comes to the story and gameplay experience players can expect from the title for a good while. That’s fortunately no longer the case. This title looks to be shaping up nicely and there is certainly a big market ready for a Star Wars single-player campaign experience. Overall, the narrative follows a storyline where players take on the role of a Padawan that survived the Jedi executions. Now you must complete your training in secret and fight back to hopefully bring the Sith down.

It was stated before that Respawn Entertainment was hoping to get the game out by November 15, 2019. Now that looks to be a reality as a Twitter announcement from the developer’s alerts followers that the game has now reached the fabled Gold status. Fans who were hoping to get their hands on a copy of the game can be assured that you’ll get it next month.

For those that are not aware of the Gold status, this is a term used when a game has reached a point where it’s considered complete and ready for discs to be manufactured. This means that there won’t be any delays to prevent the game from launching into the market at the given release date. However, that also doesn’t mean that the developers are still working out some kinks as we’ve seen plenty of titles launch into the market with a day one patch.

At any rate, you can expect the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order to launch on November 15, 2019, for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms.

Source: Twitter