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Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Lego set images appear online

The first image of the long-expected Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Lego set has appeared online.

As posted by user ‘1414FalconFan’ on Instagram, the blurry image, which is said to be from Walmart’s app, shows the BD-1 droid, as well as a small display plaque and a BD-1 mini-figure.

Interestingly, as rumoured, Kal Castis, the main character of Jedi Fall Order, doesn’t appear in minifigure form.

The set will seemingly retail for $99.99 / £99.99 and will release on August 1, 2022. The set apparently contains 1062 parts.

The set is likely to be revealed during Star Wars Celebration, which is currently ongoing and is scheduled to include several Lego reveals.

EA officially announced a sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in January, along with two other new Star Wars projects in development at Fallen Order development studio Respawn Entertainment.

Earlier this month it was claimed that the sequel would be titled Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

VentureBeat reporter Jeff Grubb made the claim during his premium Giant Bomb show Grubbsnax (transcribed by VGC).

Grubb teased that he was aware of the title of the sequel, and after a member of the chat guessed the subtitle “Survivor”, Grubb replied: “Star Wars Jedi: Survivor… you got it. You nailed it. Well done.”

Along with Star Wars Jedi 2, EA confirmed in January that Respawn is working on a new Star Wars first-person shooter game being helmed by former LucasArts veteran and Medal of Honor co-creator Peter Hirschmann.

Hirschmann has previously worked on the original Star Wars Battlefront games, The Force Unleashed and more, and most recently directed 2020 VR title Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond.

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