Following the success of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, fans clamored for a sequel. The original game was released in 2019, and many wondered how long it would take to create a sequel. Fortunately, GameReactor seems to have posted a release window, though it has caused a little bit of a stir.
According to GameReactor, the sequel is scheduled for release in 2023. People are unsure how they got that information, but websites typically report things like this only when they are confident that their sources are trustworthy. That's more plausible than a tweet on its own but should still be taken with a bit of disbelief.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 may be released sooner because EA may not have that kind of time
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was developed over three years by Respawn Entertainment. Because the game was released in November, it is reasonable to assume that a sequel will release at least three years later, which means incredibly late 2022/early 2023.
It would be in EA's best interest to release the sequel as soon as possible. Many have assumed that EA's loss of LucasArts' exclusivity will also eventually bring losses of the titles they own. While it remains to be seen if that is true, there have been doubts about whether Disney will allow EA to work on the third Battlefront.
For those who don't know, EA released both Battlefront games to major controversies. The first Battlefront was considered lacking in features, whereas the second Battlefront suffered from EA's microtransactions and the most downvoted Reddit comment of all time. If EA does not get a good sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, there will be doubts about whether they will continue making Star Wars games.
This article will be edited and updated when more info on the release window of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order 2 is announced.