Cameron Monaghan on What He Wants Out of Jedi: Fallen Order 2


Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was a particularly profitable and critically beloved sport and in addition left fertile floor for a sequel. Protagonist Cal Kestis’ voice actor, Cameron Monaghan, not too long ago spoke to ComingSoon about his time on Jedi: Fallen Order, saying what he’d prefer to see within the sequel, whether it is certainly coming.

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Jedi: Fallen Order ends on an open-ended word as Kestis asks the staff what their subsequent vacation spot is earlier than the credit begin rolling. Monaghan stated there may be extra to say with Cal, however regardless of the hopefulness of the ending, Monaghan stated he desires to discover the darker aspect of the character if given the prospect to.

“I think that there’s a lot more story to tell with Cal,” he stated. “Specifically, I would really like to explore telling Cal’s story over time, and seeing how this character transforms as he gets older and how his perspective changes and how the world around him really informs who he is. Cal’s story is very tragic and I see us really exploring the darkness of this character and his world.”

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Electronic Arts has not confirmed if the sport will get a sequel of some variety. However, reporter Jeff Grubb and Bespin Bulletin each said {that a} follow-up was within the works and set to debut in the summertime earlier than the online-only E3 2022, presumably throughout the annual Star Wars Celebration occasion. It is reportedly being deliberate for a fall 2022 launch, round three years after the unique, but it surely may slip out of that time-frame. Bespin additionally believed that it gained’t be referred to as Fallen Order 2 and can sport a brand new subtitle.

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But since nothing about it has been confirmed, Monaghan was solely talking theoretically as he possible isn’t even at liberty to expose any particulars in regards to the alleged sport. However, he did additionally communicate concretely in regards to the first title and the way doing the vary of movement workout routines which are inherent to efficiency seize helped him relate to being a Jedi.

“It’s something you have to do every morning and it becomes this kind of strange meditative process that you basically have an hour and a half of making sure that the computers are going to be translating your performance effectively,” Monaghan stated. “So that’s a really different thing than getting onto a set and besides some basic hair and makeup, usually you can walk onto a set and just give a performance. But in a way, I actually grew to really enjoy this warm-up routine where you’re getting very in touch with your body and your facial movements. And Jedi are very in tune with themselves. They’re very in tune spiritually. They’re knights and warriors. And so I enjoyed that process of grounding myself before performing every day.”

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