The tease given to us by Asmussen could suggest any number of things.
It was rumored back in December 2018 that the game will release in November of this year, but we have yet to get confirmation. From the look of things, however, the actor isn't quite done with the role and may be causing some trouble in the Star Wars universe one last time.
Here's the official description, followed by the reveal trailer... The packaging reads, "Available 11.15.19", indicating the likely release date for the game - stores will often receive game-related swag early so it's on hand when the launch date arrives. While the Standard version just contains the full single-player experience, the Deluxe version will also include behind-the-scenes featurettes and even more cosmetic trinkets. "There will be other Star Wars movies, but there will be a bit of a hiatus".
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You go from planet to planet, not completely linear but not open world either, you get to an area and explore trying to continue the narrative. Ian McDiarmid is also set to return as Emperor Palpatine. Let us know in the comment section below! There are no microtransactions, it uses Unreal Engine 4 instead of the disastrous Frostbite, it's led by God of War III director Stig Asmussen, and it's built by Respawn - the studio behind Apex Legends and Titanfall.
Jedi: Fallen Order will also feature some platforming abilities for traversal, as players will need to "overcome opponents and solve puzzles in their path". That's not to say that it won't have some sort of live component, however. Its sound is designed by Ben Burtt, the original sound designer for the Star Wars movies.
To recap, Lucas sold Lucasfilm to Disney in 2012, setting Kathleen Kennedy as the new head of Lucasfilm and handing over histreatments for Episode VII, Episode VIII, and Episode IX-the final three films in his Skywalker saga. The two go on to say that they can not provide details about the lightsaber at this time, as doing so would involve spoilers, but "over the course of the game, it will grow and evolve".