Posted by Jeremy on April 23, 2020 at 03:07 AM CST
Following their success with the re-release of Dark Forces and Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2 last month, Limited Run Games are sticking with the Jedi Knight series and will be re-launching the next two chapters - Jedi Knight: Jedi Outcast and Jedi Academy.
Taking place two years after Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith, Kyle Katarn is a Jedi Oucast, having given up on his training and returned to his mercenary ways - and long-time love interest Jan Ors. Alerted by a possible threat comign from Imperial Remnant space, Katarn and Ors discover that the Remnant is conducting experiments on crystals capable of storing the power of the Force.

With first-person missions that takes Katarn to Yavin IV, Bespin, the Hutt enclave of Nar Shadda in a quest to prevent the Imperial Remnant from destroying the Jedi Academy he had turned his back on.

After returning to the Jedi Academy and spending the following two years to complete his training, Katarn and his apprentice - Jaden Korr - discover a secretive Sith cult working with the Imperial Remnant. Pursuing a series of clues they are led through the Expanded Universe until they reach Korriban where the future of the Jedi is played out.
There's a mindblowing variety of options, with all kinds of exclusives - such as USB memory sticks, enamel pins, steelbooks, art cards, posters and booklets - packaging variations and money-saving bundles so head over to and check out the region/DRM free selection on offer.

Starting at 10am and then again at 6pm ET this Friday (April 24th), will be taking pre-orders for Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast and Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. While these are a release for the PC, they've never been available for the Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch before!

The pre-order period close at 11:59pm on Sunday, May 24th and the finished product will typically ship around August or September.

While we are waiting to hear what the final outcome of Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2020 is, we want to know how you feel - have a look at our poll and pick the option that best suits your opinion.
It'll go ahead as normal - why wouldn't it?
I'll attend Anaheim 2020 - but I'll take COVID precautions.
It should get super-sized and moved to Florida - Orlando 2020!
It needs to be cancelled - I can wait for another opportunity.
Conventions are a thing of the past - put it to pasture.
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