Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be released on June 11 for PS5 and Xbox Series according to popular German retailer Media Markt.
The game was first leaked for the current-generation consoles through a rating by the German Rating Board. It was later confirmed by the official Star Wars website that a PS5 and Xbox Series release is due out in Summer 2021.
Today, the game was first rated by PEGI for a release in June. It was also listed by German retailer Media Markt for a release on June 11, 2021, which is a Friday. Given that this is a pretty big retailer and the listing appears to be legit and lines up with the German and PEGI rating, we think it could be released on June 11.
EA will host their own EA Play conference in July separate from the upcoming E3 2021 digital showcase which begins on June 12 and ends on June 15. While they are the publisher of this game, it appears that this announcement could be planned in the coming days.
There is still no official confirmation of what is included in this native PS5 and Xbox Series version of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The original game was patched after the launch of the current-generation consoles to add support for 60 FPS along with a dynamic resolution but it still used the backward compatibility mode on the consoles.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was developed by Respawn Entertainment. They are currently working on a sequel for the game along with continuing to support Apex Legends. They are also testing out ideas for a brand new IP.