Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was released on November 15th 2019. The plot of the game is set a few years after Revenge of the Sith, Jedi Padawan Cal Kestis has escaped Order 66 and is now on the run from the Galactic Empire. After attempting to salvage a Venator Class Star Destroyer above a Sarlacc Pit, an accident happens in which Cal has to openly use the Force to save one of his friends from falling into the pit, which is witnessed by a nearby Imperial Probe Droid. The Droid transmits the footage to the Empire causing Cal’s true identity to be revealed to the Imperials. The Empire dispatches the Second Sister, an inquisitor, trained by Darth Vader, to hunt down the Padawan and eradicate the remaining Jedi Knights. Unlike the other Star Wars games EA made, Fallen Order is micro transaction free and has no multiplayer. Instead, Fallen Order presents the player with the opportunity to explore some of the vast worlds of Star Wars and the challenges of becoming a Jedi. Throughout the game, the player is able to customize a variety of different things, including their lightsaber, ship, BB1, and their outfit. The game also incorporates a skill tree which allows the player to upgrade some of their powers making them much stronger. Throughout Fallen Order the Cal can gain experience through defeating enemies, and finding collectables. There are a variety of collectables mostly consisting of cosmetic gear and echoes. Echoes give a glimpse into the past as well as occasionally increasing the player’s health and force meter. A few of the collectibles upgrade BB1 allowing him to be used as a zipline, hack incoming droids and use Stim canisters. The canisters are another collectable in the game that gives the player the ability to regain health in the heat of battle. One of the features that makes Fallen Order truly unique is that it does not rely on nostalgia to be a good game. Respawn Entertainment has created a game that would be great even if it did not take place in the Star Wars universe. The fact that it does only adds to the player’s enjoyment of the game.