Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Beats EA Sales Expectations

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has sold 8 million copies so far, exceeding the publisher’s own expectations.

In a Q3 earnings call, CFO Blake Jorgensen said EA had expected Fallen Order to sell between 6m and 8m copies by the end of the fiscal year on 31st March – but the game has already passed the high end of this target. EA now predicts Fallen Order will likely reach 10m copies sold by April, and says it has “significantly beat[en]” expectations.

“Respawn delivered an expertly crafted high-quality experience with outstanding gameplay that thrilled players, made many of the game of the year lists and sold beyond our projections for the quarter,” EA exec Andrew Wilson added.

“Our portfolio of Star Wars games across all platforms has never been stronger.”

We highly recommend playing the game if you’ve still not given it a go — happy gaming, and well done EA!

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