Today at Star Wars Celebration we finally saw, Jedi: Fallen Order, the first new single play story driven Star Wars game in over a decade, in action. Trailer The game takes place between the prequels and the original trilogy, and follows a Padawan who survived Order 66 and is now trying to survive in the Empire controled Galaxy. His name is Cal Kestis, and he is played by Gotham's Cameron Monaghan, which means he will be the second Jedi to be played by an actor who has also played The Joker. He works for a group who salvages capital ship wreckages left over from the Clone Wars. It will feature evolving lightsaber and Force abilities. The Inquisitor known as Second Sister, and Purge Troopers, who were first introduced in Charles Soule and Giuseppe Camuncoli's Darth Vader comic book series will be appearing in the game, along with a new character named Seer, played by MadTV's Debra Wilson, and a new droid named BD-1 whose voice was designed and performed by legendary sound designer Ben Burtt. Burrt worked on the Original Trilogy, Prequels, and The Force Awakens, and was responsible for some of the series most iconic sounds. Outside of Star Wars Burtt also worked on the original Indiana Jones trilogy, The Dark Crystal, ET, and the JJ Abrams Star Trek movies.