Leading up to the debut of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, the big question is whether Cal Kestis’ Jedi journey is, in fact, canon. Set to release on April 28, Jedi: Survivor takes place five years after the events of the original game, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and follows the newly published Star Wars Jedi: Battle Scars book Yu-Gi-Oh! Yusei Fudo and Stardust Dragon New Version 3D T-shirt Hoodie But with new stories come new questions on whether Cal Kestis’ story belongs within the established Star Wars lore, or whether it’s only true from a certain point of view.
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Ever since the creation of the Star Wars Legends umbrella in April 2014, all subsequent Star Wars projects have been considered canon unless otherwise stated by the studio. Perhaps the real reason for the confusion surrounding the Jedi franchise’s canonicity has to do with its medium. While books, movies, and Disney+ shows concentrate on story, video games have to balance types of narrative with gameplay. Therefore, certain choices players make concerning Cal Kestis’ appearance, his saber hilt, and even playing the game itself are, naturally, not in-line with Star Wars continuity Yu-Gi-Oh! Yusei Fudo and Stardust Dragon New Version 3D T-shirt Hoodie What matters is the overall story of Fallen Order or Survivor, which is largely unaffected by gameplay. In a past interview, Cal Kestis actor Cameron Monaghan actually discussed balancing a game with Star Wars canon, as well as how a video game’s story has to be “satisfying and interesting regardless:”“I think that we have a bunch of really big questions that we’re asking with this one. It’s funny, because… it’s this dual-sided thing, right? You have an established lore, character, canon, all the stuff, and you’re so excited about it, and you love it. But also, at the end of the day, ‘this’ needs to exist and be satisfying and interesting regardless of ‘this,’ right?”