Star Wars: next trilogy won't be Knights Of The Old Republic

Esequiel Farfan
Diciembre 8, 2017

As excitement builds for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, fans of the franchise will have an unmissable opportunity as Kylo Ren deploys his personal legion of Stormtroopers to Liverpool ONE's Odeon Cinema to meet and greet with fans.

When news broke that Star Wars: The Last Jedi director was set to map out a whole new trilogy of films away from the Skywalker saga, it didn't take long for a videogame classic to be cited.

As announced today on The Star Wars Show, visit StarWars.com on December 9 at 5 p.m. PT for exclusive red carpet coverage, live from the world premiere of The Last Jedi in Los Angeles.

So, very unlikely that the new trilogy will be set way, way back in the "Knights of the Old Republic" days and more likely, stories set within the same time as the original trilogy that fix on characters we've not followed.

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Asked about what happens after "Episode IX", Johnson said that the new trilogy he is developing would have a totally new story, and "Episode IX" would close J.J. Abrams' current trilogy. I played that game when it first came out and it was like, god, I loved it.

The new trilogy is reportedly in early stages of development.

The lightsaber was eventually written into Star Wars lore and backstory, with the assumption made that Jedi who wielded purple lightsabers were able to use both the light and dark side of the force, as opposed to those who used red, blue or green lightsabers.

"Star Wars: The Last Jedi", the second film in the current trilogy, will hit theaters on December 15.

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