Is Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Preparing For The Game Awards?

It seems logical that Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment are reportedly planning with the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sequel.


Respawn’s game has been successful: while Electronic Arts has been chucking its Ultimate Team microtransaction ripoffs into its annual sports games, it has also been trying its hand at the live service model here and there (and, like Square Enix, they have not been successful; see Anthem). It is what the studio, known for Titanfall and Apex Legends, went against when it made a DLC-free, single-player game from the Star Wars license, and it’s official that a sequel to that is coming soon.

Two insiders have also spoken about Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Firstly, Tom Henderson wrote that he thinks we’ll be able to find out the release date at The Game Awards, along with a new trailer about half an hour after the show starts, and that pre-orders might start then. Jeff Grubb also wrote on the Twitter-like community site Hive that we can expect the Star Wars IP (which is no longer exclusive to Electronic Arts) at the last significant video game event of the year.

It would be appropriate for Electronic Arts to confirm the game’s release day, as we don’t know it yet. Rumors suggest it will be released in early 2023, but March has also been floated as a possible launch window. That would put Star Wars Jedi: Survivor into the current fiscal year (which will end at the end of March) and not too close to the Dead Space remake coming at the end of January (which Motive is working on, and the studio is officially working on an Iron Man game after that).

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will officially launch sometime in 2023 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC. And what Grubb and Henderson say is unofficial, but it’s understandable why they think so (and Henderson’s information also mentioned the schedule…).

Source: WCCFTech

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