Gordy Haab, the composer for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, is now working on music for an untitled Star Wars video game at Abbey Road Studios in London, according to a recent report from Hits Double Daily.
The article showcases a photo of Haab with yoga teacher Brigitte Bedi-Schnur, actress Patricia Heaton, video game director David Hunt, conductor Gavin Greenaway, Lucasfilm’s Douglas Reilly, EA music head Steve Schnur, and engineer Alan Meyerson. The most notable individuals that point to this session being for the Jedi: Fallen Order sequel are Haab, who composed the original game, Greenaway, who also worked on Fallen Order, and Schnur, who confirms the project is from Electronic Arts, the Star Wars Jedi franchise’s publisher.
Bespin Bulletin first reported in January of 2020 that EA and Respawn had started production on a Fallen Order sequel, with the goal (or hope) of it releasing in Fall 2022. Additionally, the site exclusively added in January that the game would be shown at the Star Wars Celebration in May. Shortly after, video game industry insider Jeff Grubb revealed he’d heard the game would be shown at the Star Wars Celebration.
What’s interesting about this photo (above) is that video game director David Hunt appears to be involved in the Jedi: Fallen Order sequel. However, it’s already been reported that the game’s first director, Stig Asmussen, was already hired to continue Cal’s Jedi legacy.
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