Don’t Fall Into This Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order Game-breaking Bug

EA is currently working on a fix for a game-breaking bug in Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order that forces players to restart the campaign, losing potentially hours of progression.

The bug can be found on Dathomir, one of the planets provided as a destination option when the game allows players to choose their own path for the first time. The area is limited for lower-powered players as it requires the use of Force abilities to properly navigate. However, a chasm that should require a double-jump to cross can be navigated across without the jump. The problem is, you can’t make the journey back without the skill.

Because of Jedi Fallen Order’s single-slot save mechanic that is tied to meditation points, it means any players who meditate while across the chasm are then stuck there for good, unable to progress due to a lack of correct force powers and unable to back-track because of the need to double-jump. The only solution is to start the game all over again.

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Borderlands 3’s First DLC Campaign Announced, Release Date Revealed and New Trailer

Gearbox has revealed the first DLC campaign for Borderlands 3. The campaign add-on is called Moxxi’s Heist of The Handsome Jackpot, and the DLC is slated to be released on December 19.

Like it says in the name, Moxxi’s Heist of The Handsome Jackpot sees the Vault Hunters teaming up with Moxxi on a score. The mark? Handsome Jack’s ruined casino space station which still houses untold riches.

The DLC adds a new galaxy destination with unique casino zones that are as gaudy and opulent as Handsome Jack would have wanted. Moxxi has a crew of her own that players will be working with, and the campaign missions will focus on the ultimate, space casino heist. The DLC will be included in the season pass and deluxe edition.

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Lucasfilm President Comments on George Lucas’ Opinions of Episode VII

Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy has commented on the recent revelation that George Lucas felt disappointed by Star Wars: The Force Awakens, admitting that it can sometimes be difficult for a creator to pass on the torch.

Speaking to Rolling Stone, Kennedy addressed Disney CEO Bob Iger's autobiographical memoir, which presents Lucas' critique of the first film in the sequel trilogy, as she shared her belief that the Star Wars creator perhaps didn't anticipate how difficult it would be to see the franchise evolve.

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Joker Sequel Reportedly In The Works

A sequel to Joker is reportedly in the works, with original director Todd Phillips negotiating to reprise duties as director, and Joaquin Phoenix given the option to return.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, sources claim that Warner Bros. is looking to put together a sequel to Joker, which recently crossed the $1 billion earnings mark. Todd Phillips is in talks to return as director, and he is set to once again write the script with Joker co-writer Scott Silver. While Phoenix’s position is unclear, THR states that Warner Bros. has “sequel options in place” for the actor.

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Gets a Pokemon Sword and Shield Event This Week

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is hosting a Pokémon Sword and Shield event on November 22 that will feature new Pokemon including the brand new three starters.

Nintendo Japan announced on Twitter that a Pokémon Sword and Shield event for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will start on November 22 and run for five days.

The event brings Pokémon from the Galar region to the platform-fighter in the form of Spirits. There will be four new Spirits available for the duration of the event:

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Lucasfilm President Unsure What’s Next for Star Wars After Episode IX

Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy has opened up about her plans to move the Star Wars franchise forward after The Rise of Skywalker, saying it will be "an incredible challenge."

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Kennedy discussed the forthcoming final act of the Skywalker Saga, along with her plans for the next Star Wars entry after Episode IX, as she shared the complexities of detaching from the original story to carve a new way forward for the franchise.

"It's an incredible challenge, and it is something that we're in the middle of, and I can't even begin to tell you where this may end up," Kennedy said. "I think whatever this next movie is, and how it begins to define a new way forward, it's something we want to take plenty of time and plenty of conversation and careful thought before deciding exactly what we're going to do."

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First Details on the Next Saints Row Game Arrive in 2020

Publisher Koch Media says the next Saints Row game will officially be announced in 2020.

We heard back in August that a new Saints Row game is “deep in development” from publisher THQ Nordic. Now, after recently spoke to Koch Media CEO Klemens Kundratitz, we know to expect more details on the game next year.

“Saints Row is very close to our hearts, and we'll talk about it next year,” Kundratitz said. “For the time being, we just wanted to get the word out that it's coming and it's going to be great.”

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Toyota Returns to the Forza Franchise Next Month

Playground Games has announced that Toyota will be returning to the Forza Horizon series next month. The much-loved 1998 Toyota Supra RZ will be available in Forza Horizon 4 as a part of the Series 17 update on December 12.

The news came via a fun reveal at the end of the team’s latest update livestream and was repeated via the official Forza Motorsport Twitter account.

forza tweetIn the follow-up Forza Monthly stream, community manager Brian Ekberg clarified that Toyota subdivision Lexus is also part of the deal.

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Baby Yoda: The Mandalorian’s Producers on Keeping the Secret

The single biggest kept secret so far in Disney+'s The Mandalorian was the reveal of the "Baby Yoda," and Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni have revealed just how tough it was to keep that little perfect green baby a secret from the galaxy.

Speaking to ET's Ash Crossan at The Mandalorian's premiere, Filoni explained how they fought so hard to keep it a secret so fans could experience it as a true surprise. In today's day and age, that is quite an accomplishment, and Filoni is still "a little gun shy" about it.

"We kept it secret so long, that it's still a little gun shy, having it out there in the world, but I’m glad it’s out," Filoni said. "That was a big secret to keep, but Jon and I were pretty adamant that it would be the best thing for fans if we could get them to the finish line and they could experience it in the episode. So, I think it did it’s job."

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