Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy Goes Gold
9:47 AM | Jean-Luc Dinsdale | Comment on this story
Fans of George Lucas' sci-fi creation will be happy to know that the latest addition to the Jedi Knight franchise has gone gold. LucasArts announced yesterday that Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy is complete and that the PC version of the game will be in stores in just over a month.
The third installment of this franchise puts players in the shoes of students at the Jedi Academy, learning the ways of the force by none other than the farmer-turned-teenage-rebel-turned Jedi Master Luke Skywalker himself. In the follow-up to the highly-regarded JK2: Jedi Outcast, players will be able to re-immerse themselves in the the Star Wars universe and visit some of the more popular of the franchise's locations, while giving players the freedom to design their own characters and light sabers. Another new feature is the game's uniquely tiered mission design, allowing players to pick and choose the missions and levels to play through in order to collect the unique set of skills their character needs to become the ultimate Jedi Knight.
As is usually the case with big-name PC games, a Mac version of this filibuster has not officially been announced.
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