Looks like Respawn struck gold.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

EA, Respawn Entertainment, and Lucasfilm announced today that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is now the fastest-selling digital launch for a Star Wars game within its first two weeks. In addition, the trio announced that the game is also now EA's top-selling Star Wars title on PC within its launch window.

Condolences have been extended to Star Wars: Battlefront and Star Wars: Battlefront 2 from DICE.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is also the "highest rated Star Wars game of this console generation."

Again, further condolences have been extended to the two Battlefront games from DICE.

Total Gaming Network is going on record to say that this is the "best Star Wars game in years, even though it is quite janky in a number of ways. Also, BD-1 is about a million times better than baby Yoda." If that doesn't sell you on the game, I don't know what will.

In Star WarsJedi: Fallen Order, players take on the role of Cal Kestis, a former Padawan hiding in plain sight after the Jedi were all but wiped out after Order 66 was executed by The Emperor. When he’s forced on the run, Cal is quickly met by his companions Cere Junda, a former Jedi Knight played by Debra Wilson and Greez, the larger-than-life Latero pilot voiced by Daniel Roebuck, who flies the crew’s ship known as the Stinger Mantis. BD-1, Cal’s faithful droid that’s as charming as he is useful, will help players navigate and explore diverse planets including the Wookiee homeworld, Kashyyyk, and the never-before-seen planet Zeffo. Cal and his companions are trying to stay one step ahead of the Empire and his new enemy, the Inquisition’s Second Sister, while they unravel a mystery tied to an ancient alien civilization that could help rebuild the Jedi Order.