Mithrie - Gaming News banner
🏠 Home | | | |
🧑‍đŸ’ŧ About | 📧 Contact

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order 2 Confirmed: Sequel News

By Mazen "Mithrie" Turkmani
Published: January 26, 2022 at 1:31 PM GMT

For those interested solely in the visual experience, you can view the content on the [Video Page].
For more information, please reach out to me directly using the form on the [Contact Page].
Click on the đŸ“ē symbol next to each title to jump directly to that part of the video recap below.

2024 2023 2022 2021 | Dec Nov Oct Sep Aug Jul Jun May Apr Mar Feb Jan Next Previous

Key Takeaways

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order 2 Confirmed

Star Wars fans rejoice! The highly-anticipated sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has been officially confirmed. Electronic Arts and LucasFilm Games have announced their partnership once again for three new Star Wars titles, which includes the next game in the Star Wars Jedi franchise. This exciting news was shared on the official Star Wars website, creating a wave of excitement among gamers and Star Wars enthusiasts alike.

The first installment, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, was released in November 2019 and received critical acclaim for its engaging storyline, captivating gameplay, and stunning visuals. Developed by Respawn Entertainment, the game allowed players to step into the shoes of Cal Kestis, a young Jedi during the dark times between Episodes III and IV. With its immersive gameplay and authentic Star Wars experience, the game quickly became a fan favorite.

Now, fans can look forward to the continuation of Cal's journey in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2. While specific details about the sequel are still under wraps, the announcement has sparked speculation and anticipation about what lies ahead for Cal and his companions. Will Cal continue to hone his Jedi skills? What new planets, adversaries, and allies will he encounter? The possibilities are endless, and fans can't wait to embark on this new adventure in a galaxy far, far away.

YouTube Gaming Head Announces Departure

In other gaming news, Ryan Wyatt, the head of YouTube Gaming, recently announced his departure from the popular video-sharing platform. Wyatt took to Twitter to share the bittersweet news, stating, "It is bittersweet news to share that I am leaving YouTube. I have loved every minute of my time here but it is time for my next endeavor." While his departure may come as a surprise to some, Wyatt expressed his excitement about his upcoming role as the CEO of Polygon Studios.

Wyatt's contribution to YouTube Gaming has been invaluable, as he played a crucial role in shaping the platform into a go-to destination for gamers and livestream enthusiasts. Under his leadership, YouTube Gaming saw significant growth and became a competitive force in the gaming industry. As Wyatt embarks on this new chapter in his career, the gaming community eagerly awaits who will fill the vacant position and continue to drive YouTube Gaming's success.

Blizzard's New Survival Game

Blizzard, the renowned game developer behind popular titles such as World of Warcraft and Overwatch, has recently revealed their plans for an exciting new project. On their official website, Blizzard posted a cryptic message, stating, "Create a new universe with us. Blizzard is embarking on our next quest. We are going on a journey, to a whole new universe." The message further promises a brand new survival game for PC and console, filled with unexplored heroes, untold stories, and thrilling adventures.

The announcement has sparked curiosity and excitement as fans eagerly anticipate more information about this mysterious Blizzard survival game. The prospect of a new universe created by Blizzard, known for their immersive and expansive worlds, raises the expectation for a unique and captivating gaming experience. As Blizzard starts recruiting for positions related to this upcoming project, the gaming community eagerly awaits further details and eagerly await the opportunity to dive into this uncharted realm.

In conclusion, the gaming industry has been buzzing with exciting news. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order fans can rejoice with the official confirmation of a sequel, promising another thrilling adventure in the Star Wars universe. The departure of Ryan Wyatt from YouTube Gaming has raised questions about the future of the platform and the search for his successor. Additionally, Blizzard's enigmatic announcement about a new survival game has ignited anticipation for what could potentially be an epic addition to their repertoire of beloved titles. As these developments continue to unfold, gamers worldwide eagerly anticipate the next wave of exhilarating gaming experiences on the horizon.

If you want a chance to win $20, be sure to comment on any news story you see between now and next Wednesday. The lucky winner will be selected and featured on next Wednesday's show, so don't miss out on this opportunity.

Useful Links

Dive Deeper with Our Video Recap

For a visual summary of today's gaming news, complete with engaging gameplay footage, check out our YouTube video below. It's a quick and entertaining way to catch up on the highlights!


I hope you enjoyed this comprehensive dive into the latest gaming news. As the gaming landscape continues to evolve, it's always thrilling to be at the forefront, sharing these updates with fellow enthusiasts like you.

Join the Conversation on YouTube

For a deeper and more interactive experience, visit my YouTube Channel - Mithrie - Gaming News. If you enjoyed this content, please subscribe to support independent gaming journalism and stay updated on future content. Share your thoughts in the comments after watching the video; your feedback means a lot to me. Let's continue this gaming journey together, one video at a time!

Author Details

Photo of Mazen 'Mithrie' Turkmani

Mazen "Mithrie" Turkmani

I have been creating gaming content since August 2013, and went full-time in 2018. Since then, I have published hundreds of gaming news videos and articles. I have had a passion for gaming for more than 30 years!

Ownership and Funding is a Gaming News website owned and operated by Mazen Turkmani. I am an independent individual and not part of any company or entity.

Advertising does not have any advertising or sponsorships at this time for this website. The website may enable Google Adsense in the future. is not affiliated with Google or any other news organization.

Use of Automated Content uses AI tools such as ChatGPT and Google Gemini to increase the length of articles for further readablity. The news itself is kept accurate by manual review from Mazen Turkmani.

News Selection and Presentation

The news stories on are selected by me based on their relevance to the gaming community. I strive to present the news in a fair and unbiased manner, and I always link to the original source of the news story or provide screenshots in the video above.