Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment have announced that they will reveal Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, a brand new action-adventure game based on the Star Wars universe, at the Star Wars Celebration that’s going to take place this Saturday, April 13. According to a tweet on the official Twitter page of Star Wars, the announcement is going to be livestreamed on EA’s official Star Wars Twitch channel at 1:30 pm CDT (12:00 AM Sunday India Standard Time).

The two company first began teasing Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order yesterday, publishing a short clip of what seems to be a broken lightsaber lying on a stone surface. Some sort of ancient runes are engraved upon that stone surface to form a circle, and as we watch, a part of it glows ominously. The clip is captioned “Don’t stand out.” Is this a warning? A call for action? We’ll have to wait and see.

Whatever the case might be, that phrase probably has a connection to the plot of Fallen Order, which reportedly follows the story of a Padawan (a Jedi trainee) who survived the Order 66 massacre. If you have watched Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith, Order 66 was a decree from the Galactic Republic that branded all Jedi as traitors, leading to the vast majority of them being executed by the Clone Troopers. Only a few Jedi survived this event, among whom are Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ahsoka Tano, and, it seems, our protagonist in Fallen Order. The game will likely take place immediately after Revenge of the Sith, so this character probably has to maintain a secret identity secret in order to survive.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Most of the Jedi were killed during Order 66

The first revelation of this new Star Wars game from EA and Respawn actually dates back all the way to 2016, during which the two companies announced that it was helmed by Stig Asmussen, who previously worked on the God of War series. This upcoming game is part of EA’s long-term exclusive deal with Disney to develop Star Wars games.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is planned to launch later this year.