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Sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is Being Made, Lead Actor Confirms

Star Wars Jedi 3 is already being made, according to Cameron Monaghan, who plays the role of the series' main character, Cal Kestis. However, it looks like the work is at a very early stage.

Source: EA

If you were hoping for another installment of Cal Kestis' adventures, you may have reason to be pleased. Cameron Monaghan, known for his role as the main protagonist of the Star Wars Jedi series, admitted that preliminary work on the third part is underway. The actor shared this information during one of the panel discussions at Comic Con, which took place in the city of Ocala, Florida, on September 16-18.

"We are working on the third installment [of Star Wars Jedi - editor's note], this process is already underway. It's a big undertaking, there have been several discussions so far, but I hope that when all is said and done, we will be able to proceed to create something really cool."

Unfortunately, for the time being, neither Respawn Entertainment nor Electronic Arts have confirmed the reports, and also Monaghan's words indicate that work on the third game is at a very early stage (not surprising, since the second installment debuted barely six months ago).

However, they confirm speculations that emerged this July, along with job postings made available on the developer's website. The information posted in them about the use of Unreal Engine 5 suggested that the studio was gearing up to make the third installment (Star Wars Jedi: Survival is powered by the previous version). Also, Stig Asmussen, former director of the series, mentioned, that he saw it as a trilogy.

  1. Star Wars Jedi Survivor - game guide
  2. Respawn Entertainment - official website

Krzysztof Kaluzinski

Krzysztof Kaluzinski

At, works in the Newsroom. He is not afraid to tackle various topics, although he prefers news about independent productions in the style of Disco Elysium. In his childhood, he wrote fantasy stories, played a lot on Pegasus, and then on a computer. He turned his passion into a profession as an editor of a gaming portal run with a friend, as well as a copywriter and advisor in a console store. He doesn't care for remakes and long-running series. Since childhood, he wanted to write a novel, although he is definitely better at creating characters than plot. That's probably why he fell in love with RPGs (paper and virtual). He was raised in the 90s, to which he would gladly return. Loves Tarantino movies, thanks to Mad Max and the first Fallout he lost himself in post-apo, and Berserk convinced him to dark fantasy. Today he tries his hand at e-commerce and marketing, while also supporting the Newsroom on weekends, which allows him to continue cultivating old passions.


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