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Star Wars Game Refused Demands to Make Main Character Black and Female, Ex Employees Say

According to a host of apparently liberal game developers working for , the company received scores of requests from team members to make the main protagonist in the Jedi: Fallen Order video game a black woman. Now, they are complaining their requested race swap was reportedly “shot down.”

The Fallen Order game was released in 2019 with a white male lead, Cal Kestis played by Shameless actor Cameron Monaghan, who has become an established and popular figure in Star Wars canon after playing an embattled padawan survivor of Order 66.

“When I worked on [Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order], a lot of devs wanted and advocated for the main character to be Black and/or a woman,” tweeted Nora Shramek, a lighting artist at Respawn who worked on the game.

The reason that Monaghan’s character wasn’t replaced by a black woman, according to Shramek, was because the game

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