Cal Kestis’ adventure in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor takes place in a time period to which Disney is currently paying a lot of attention.
Here’s everything we know about when Jedi: Survivor takes place in the Star Wars timeline.
When Does Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Take Place?
Star Wars Jedi Survivor takes place in 9 BBY (Before Battle of Yavin). This is the same year that the Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney+ show events took place.
Interestingly, players can get their hands on some Obi-Wan inspired cosmetics in Jedi: Survivor right now! Could this hint at a connection with the iconic Jedi?
For those unaware, the Battle of Yavin is the Rebel Alliance’s attack on the Death Star in Episode IV.
This places Jedi: Survivor 4 years before the events of the Andor Disney+ series and only a year after Solo: A Star Wars Story.
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How Long Is Jedi: Survivor Set After Fallen Order?
Jedi: Survivor is also set 5 years after the events of the first game, Jedi: Fallen Order. The first game to feature the young Jedi was set 5 years after Order 66 and the conclusion of Episode III.
That means that Cal Kestis has now been fighting against the Empire for half a decade. And while his hope is to rebuild the Jedi Order, the Empire’s power has only grown in that time.
When Is Jedi: Survivor Set Compared to the Films?
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is set in 9 BBY, one year after the events of Solo: A Star Wars Story. It is set in the same year as the Obi-Wan Kenobi show.
The game therefore takes place after Episode III: Revenge of the Sith but before Episode IV: A New Hope, bridging the gap between the prequel and original trilogies.