The Game:
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy is a 2003 first and third-person shooter action video game set in the Star Wars universe.

Jedi Academy is powered by the Quake III: Team Arena game engine, the same engine used by Jedi Academy's predecessor, Jedi Outcast. In a new feature to the series, the player can modify the character's gender and appearance, and can construct a lightsaber by choosing the hilt style and blade color.

In single-player mode, the player takes control of the character Jaden Korr, a student at the Jedi Academy under the tutelage of Kyle Katarn. The player must complete various missions assigned to them by Katarn and Luke Skywalker. There is also a multiplayer mode that allows players to play against other people over the internet or via a LAN.

In multiplayer mode, one can play online or via a local area network (LAN) with other players, as well as computer-controlled bots. The player can create their avatar using a series of options, similar to the character creation in single-player. Alternatively the player can choose to play as one of almost all of the characters from Jedi Outcast and Jedi Academy.

 

 

 


The Division:
Since our creation in 2013, Jedi Academy continues to remain one of the most active and most popular of all of $name's games. Our server is partially under the control of the The Lavinian Legion; because of an Alliance we maintain with them. So if you're looking for non-stop action, outstanding roleplaying, or just PvP (Player versus Player) combat hop on our server! We don't bite. Usually.

Since we host our Jedi Academy server on a personal computer via an OpenJK dedicated server, it won't be online all the time. Also the server IP changes frequently as a result, so rather than manually updating this page every time that happens, open up the JKHub Master Server list, and find our server that way.

Notice: Our server uses modifications that players are required to download and install to be able to connect to our server. A list of those modifications can be found here.