The potential of a Star Wars: Jedi 3 was no doubt at the front of everyone’s minds by the time the credits rolled on around for Star Wars: Jedi Survivor. After all, Cal Kestis ended up in a dramatically different place than where he started.
However, now Cal Kestis himself (aka actor Cameron Monaghan) has outright confirmed that a new Star Wars: Jedi game is actively being worked on. A surprise, to be sure, but a welcome one.
Present at last week’s Ocala Comic Con, Monaghan revealed to the audience that he was “working on a third” Star Wars: Jedi game. If we put two and two together, that only leaves the option of Star Wars: Jedi 3.
As confirmed by VGC, Monahagan stated, “we’re in the process of [making a third game] right now.” He continued. “That’s a big undertaking, and there have been some conversations so far, but hopefully, when all things and said and done, we’ll be able to go in and make something really cool.”
We doubt we’ll be seeing Star Wars: Jedi 3 any time soon, but it’s great to know that Star Wars fans have more to uncover with Cal Kestis and his companions Merrin, Greez, and more in the future.
One of the things that stood out the most for LGBTQ+ gamers is the latest game, Star Wars: Jedi Survivor, having multiple queer characters kicking around on one of the game’s main hub planets, Koboh. That includes the fruitization (a word that we have just made up, by the way) of a character that’s become known as ‘Homophobic Slug’ in some sub-sections of the Star Wars community.
Maybe we’ll get even more queer characters in Star Wars: Jedi 3? Only time will tell.