Jedi Fallen Order Will Be At Star Wars Celebration This April

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EA has announced that Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order will be at this year's Star Wars Celebration. This will be the first official showcase of the upcoming Respawn game, which is tentatively scheduled to launch this fall.

Star Wars Celebration is scheduled for April 11-15, and, according to The Star Wars Show, the Jedi Fallen Order reveal will occur on Saturday, April 13 during a "special panel" that will "feature a discussion of never before heard details ahead of the game's fall 2019 release date." Set between the events of Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope, Jedi Fallen Order has you play as a Jedi Padawan who survived Order 66. We don't know much else about Jedi Fallen Order, but there's plenty we want from the game.

In other Star Wars game news, The Chosen One update went live in Battlefront II today, which added Anakin Skywalker as a playable Hero. Anakin represents the final major piece of the series of Clone Wars updates planned for Battlefront II, which also added Obi-Wan Kenobi, General Grievous, and Count Dooku, as well as a Geonosis multiplayer map. Certain lines of dialogue from the new characters imply that some female Heroes, like Ahsoka and Padme, might be the next stage of post-launch content for the game.

Mortal Kombat 11 Online Stress Test Coming In March Before The Beta

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Mortal Kombat 11 is coming soon, but depending on your level of bloodlust, it might not be soon enough. If you just can't wait to start snapping tendons and ripping spleens in comically over-the-top fashion, you'll be pleased to know that you might be able to play as early as March 15-17.

That's when NetherRealm is planning an online stress test for the game. It's only in the US, and only on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. Plus space will be limited and randomly selected, so you'll have to register for a chance to enter the test.

This will put the servers through their paces before the other beta test, which will be available for PS4 and Xbox One pre-orders. That test will run from March 28-31. Pre-ordering will also net you Shao Kahn as a playable character.

Apex Legends Needs To Make This One Big Improvement Immediately

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As far as online games go, the launch of Apex Legends was pretty impressive. Though from a player perspective the game came out of nowhere, launching at the same time it was announced, Apex Legends has had relatively few problems and barriers to play. While other games have seen connection issues and server troubles, for the most part, Apex Legends hasn't had the same kind of problems that online games often experience.

There is one issue that seems to effect Apex players of all stripes, though, especially on PC. That's the trouble of game crashes. Apex Legends will often crash mid-match, possibly because of issues with graphics or stability, possibly because of a brief loss of connectivity. Members of the Apex community have shared their troubles in forums and attempted to find fixes for the issues, but they still occur with worrying frequency.

It's not really clear what's causing the crashes or how to prevent them, and they're usually pretty debilitating. There's nothing worse than preparing for the final showdown of a match, only to lose a member of your squad to a crash and get stuck fighting at a disadvantage.

The Division 2's Roadmap And DLC Pass Outlined

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The Division 2's Roadmap And DLC Pass Outlined

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 launches on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in only a couple of weeks, and just as Ubisoft did with the previous title, the developer plans to support it with a regular stream of free post-release content. Ahead of the game's upcoming open beta, Ubisoft has outlined the content it has in store for The Division 2 during its first year.

Following the game's release on March 15, Ubisoft will gradually introduce new episodes, modes, specializations, and more. It all begins with Tidal Basin, a new stronghold that's set to arrive "shortly after launch." Also coming not long after release will be Operation Dark Hours, the series' first eight-player raid.

Following that, Ubisoft will roll out The Division 2's first post-launch episode, titled D.C. Outskirts: Expeditions, this summer. This episode will feature two additional main missions, as well as a new mode that has players "investigate the fate of a lost convoy." The second episode, Pentagon: The Last Castle, will follow sometime in fall and likewise introduces two new main missions, while episode 3 rounds out the year this winter.

The 13 Scariest Twilight Zone Episodes, Ranked

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The 13 Scariest Twilight Zone Episodes, Ranked

Black and white TV has never been more terrifying.

With Jordan Peele's new Twilight Zone series fast approaching, we thought it was high time to revisit the classics. Sure, some of Rod Serling's originals might be a bit dated by today's standards, but you'd be surprised at just how many of the 156 vintage episodes still hold up today--and how many of them are just as heart stoppingly terrifying as they would have been back in the 1960s. From the (sometimes goofy) practical effects to the ominous, suspense-driven stories, these thirty minute bursts of old school sci-horror are considered cinematic staples for good reason.

So, with that in mind, we've curated a list of the scariest, most memorable original Twilight Zone episodes for you to binge watch as we approach April 1. We may all be headed into another dimension, one not of sight and sound but of mind, but it pays to be at least a little prepared, right? And you might be surprised at just how deeply unsettling these oldies-but-goodies actually are.

Disney's Star Wars Land: Galaxy's Edge Costumes And More Revealed

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There's still not an announced opening date for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland or Walt Disney World's Hollywood Studios. However, that magical day is getting close. Close enough, in fact, that the Disney company has given parks employees the first look at what those who inhabit the new immersive land will look like.

Galaxy's Edge is set on the planet Batuu--a location that has yet to be explored in Star Wars films or TV shows--as visitors find themselves caught between the First Order and a rising rebellion. As such, the land--at both parks--will be full of First Order soldiers, rebels, and those who simply live on the planet. To get into the roles, employees will be provided with a variety of costuming options to create unique looks, making the immersive experience feel more real.

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Funko Pops: Why Don't These Movies Have Figures Yet?

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Funko Pops: Why Don't These Movies Have Figures Yet?


Around the office, we jokingly say, "there's a Funko Pop for everything." And, to a point, that's pretty much true. You can name almost anything from pop culture, and there is a collectible toy based on a character from that property.

However, once in a while, you come across something from pop culture that doesn't have a Funko Pop figure, and you'll spend a great deal of time scratching your head and wondering, "Why hasn't Funko jumped on THAT ball yet?"

So the staff of GameSpot came together to find movie properties that they love that don't, in fact, have any Funko collectibles modelled after them. Strangely enough, it was a tougher task than we thought since Funko has made Pops of almost everything. However, we still found 10 movies that deserve to have their own line of Pops. Are you listening, Funko?

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Around the office, we jokingly say, "there's a Funko Pop for everything." And, to a point, that's pretty much true. You can name almost anything from pop culture, and there is a collectible toy based on a character from that property.