Vastly more powerful than the rickety bucket of bolts that is the Fireball, Jarek Yeager's private ship is an elegant, golden-hued craft. With Yeager seated at the controls, the ship nimbly arcs through the course on the Platform Classic, an unbeatable combination of racer and machine.
With detailed concept art of all-new characters, like our hero Cal Kestis, and locales both familiar and new, the book offers a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the video game, including intimate artists’ commentary. Learn more about Cal’s perilous journey across the galaxy as he battles foes and learns the ways of the Force on his quest to rebuild the Jedi Order.
The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order goes on sale November 19, 2019, and is available for pre-order through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Things from Another World, and at your local comic shop.
The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, hitting bookshelves this fall, will be published by Dark Horse Books, in collaboration with Lucasfilm, Respawn Entertainment, and Electronic Arts.
As the Yellow Ace reconfigures mid-air to perform a high-flying stunt, SC-X2 is at the controls, making calculations to help pilot Bo Keevil at the helm. The finicky tech can be volatile even in practiced hands, so the droid has been reinforced to withstand most crashes and ship malfunctions.
Meandering about the Colossus on two springy legs, this older model LE-series droid performs a variety of functions for various mechanics and salvagers on the platform, thanks to a trusty pair of clamps and a head unit that can spin around 360 degrees.