It seems logical what Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment are planning with the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sequel.
Respawn has been a huge success: while Electronic Arts has crammed nearly two handfuls of its own mini-game called Ultimate Team into its annual sports games, it tries here and there with the live-service model (and like Square Enix, they didn’t succeed either; see Anthem State). The studio known for Titanfall and Apex Legends faced this when it created a single-player game devoid of DLC from the Star Wars license, and it’s already official that a sequel may be released soon.
Two insiders have also spoken out about Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. On the one hand, Tom Henderson written by, that he thinks he’s at the Game Awards, after the show starts, approx. In addition to the new trailer shown in half an hour, we will also learn about the release date, and perhaps pre-orders that are not properly distributed in our country at that time can also start. and Jeff Grubb on a Twitter-like social site, a fanaticHe also wrote that at the last big video game event of the year, we can expect a Star Wars IP, which is no longer exclusively operated by Electronic Arts.
It would be entirely appropriate for Electronic Arts to confirm the game’s exact release date here, because we don’t know that at all. According to rumors, it will be released in early 2023, but March has already been mentioned as a possible date. This would fit Star Wars Jedi: Survivor into the current business year (which ends at the end of March) and not be so close to the Dead Space Remake coming out at the end of January (which Motive is working on, and it’s official that an Iron Man game will follow the studio’s work). ).
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will be officially released sometime in 2023 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC. And what Grubb and Henderson claim is not official, but it’s understandable why they believe it (Henderson’s info also mentioned the timeline…).
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