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Tech & Science Get your Jedi fix while you still can

12:15  11 november  2019
12:15  11 november  2019 Source:   esquire.co.uk

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Yes, you can still get this! You either need to have the Deluxe Edition version of the game and if you have Standard Edition version, then you need to I don't know where you guys live. I'm in the UK and was still able to get them with the deluxe edition upgrade code from GAME and it actually still works.

Until this gets fixed , for anyone that doesn't want to manually change the date every time before and after opening the game I created a batch file that will. I have ran both the .bat and the starwarsjedifallenorder.exe as administrator just to be sure, but still the same.

John Boyega wearing a suit and tie: Disney boss Bob Iger confirms the future of the Star Wars franchise after The Rise of Skywalker is released. © Lucasfilm Ltd Disney boss Bob Iger confirms the future of the Star Wars franchise after The Rise of Skywalker is released.

To say Star Wars fans have been spoiled over the last few years is an understatement.

We've had The Force Awakens, Rogue One, The Last Jedi, Solo, and The Rise of Skywalker is coming next month. Given it took nearly 30 years for the first six Star Wars films to arrive, it's tough to have too much beef with Lucasfilm – whether you liked The Last Jedi or not.

But it looks like the franchise is taking a break after The Rise of Skywalker, as Disney CEO Bob Iger has announced that the movies are going "into a hiatus for a few years", according to Variety.

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Get your Jedi fix while you still can . We've had The Force Awakens, Rogue One, The Last Jedi , Solo, and The Rise of Skywalker is coming next month. Given it took nearly 30 years for the first six Star Wars films to arrive, it's tough to have too much beef with Lucasfilm – whether you liked The Last Jedi

You know he's a cod player because he still opened the leaderboard after dying even though he just sent someone into the next dimension. I saw someone flying while i was walking from middle toward that area.

Iger's announcement comes one week after the news that Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss had "regretfully stepped away" from working on the next Star Wars trilogy.

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a statue in front of a building:     Standing guard at an office complex in the Presidio of          San Francisco, you'll find a small and familiar wise figure      from one of the most beloved films of all time.              Lucasfilm,      the legendary production company behind the

Last Jedi director Rian Johnson also recently admitted he's uncertain when his new trilogy will go into production, while the Star Wars film that Marvel boss Kevin Feige is developing won't be ready for a good while yet.

So make sure to really enjoy The Rise of Skywalker – it could be a few years before the next one arrives in cinemas.

Of course, although the movies are taking a breather, you will still have a fix of new Star Wars at home.

The first five episodes of spin-off TV series The Mandalorian will be released on Disney's new streaming service Disney+ next week – and Iger has now also confirmed when the platform is launching in the UK.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is released on 19 December in the UK.

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