At the end of spring, EA and Respawn revealed Jedi: Survival, a direct sequel to the acclaimed Jedi: Fallen Order. At that time, they only put 2023 as the tentative release date, but the plans from the financial reports and numerous rumors indicated somewhere in the first three months of next year.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor next year
Jedi Survivor chief executive Stig Asmussen, the man who came out of the Santa Monica development studio and worked on the God of War titles, says the sequel will make strides in every segment.
The new technology will be used, he says, to create an even more dynamic Jedi fight. The story will be darker, and Cal will also mature and have to adapt to new, darker times. The action takes place five years after the events of the original, and we hope we don't have to wait as many years to play this one.
If all goes well, the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor game will be ready next year. The always reliable journalist Jeff Grubb is here, who claims that everything is still going according to plan. He compares Survivor to Need for Speed Unbound, that is, according to his sources, EA is planning an equally short marketing campaign.
A dark new Star Wars for a bright start to spring
In his podcast, he mentions that EA will start marketing at The Game Awards in December, when they will release the first real gameplay preview and at the same time reveal the final release date.
Jedi: Survivor once again follows Cal Kestis, one of the last Jedi in the galaxy, and he is accompanied by the faithful BD-1 droid. Together they will learn new skills and continue to grow with the Force to stay one step ahead of the Empire.
The action takes place 5 years after the one in the original, it will be darker, which also means that Cal will have to mature and adapt to the new, gloomy times. Gloomy times that, we hope, will brighten up the beginning of spring.