Today, Respawn and EA revealed the official box art for both the standard and deluxe editions of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, set to release on November 15 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
With the standard edition box art, at the center, we have the game’s protagonist Cal Kestis, and hovering over him is the game’s evil antagonist, the inquisitor named Second Sister. Along with these two heavy hitters, there are some of the other supporting characters that are all striking a pose. Lastly, to complete the whole shebang, classic Star Wars airships, like TIE fighters, and land vehicles are shown as well.
For the other box art, it has quite a different look. Instead of going for the “we’re all in this together” approach like in the standard edition, the deluxe edition simply features Cal all by himself, with his lightsaber drawn, looking backward like he’s about to get into some trouble. It’s a slick and minimalistic style of box art, but one that many of us are familiar with.
If you’re out of the loop on what Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is all about, it’s an action adventure game that’ll have you follow the story of Cal Kestis: the last surviving member of the Jedi Order after the purge of Order 66, who becomes a Padawan on the run. In the game, you’ll need to master lightsaber combat, use the Force, explore a vast galaxy, and do whatever it takes to make it out alive.
Before we get more details of the game during E3, go ahead and take a good look at the box art for the standard and deluxe editions of it below:
[update] The box art shows E for Everyone, but the game is currently RP for Rating Pending.
[Update]: New box art without ESRB shown below:
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