Star Wars: Jedi Survivor Delay Announcement – What You Need to Know
Hello Star Wars fans! We have some important news to share with you regarding the highly anticipated video game, “Star Wars: Jedi Survivor.” Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment announced that the game has been delayed to April 28th, which is an extra six weeks from its original release date of March 17th.
Respawn posted on Twitter, stating that the extra time will be used to improve the performance, stability, and overall player experience of the game. They want to ensure that the game hits their high-quality standards and meets the expectations of their fans. The team wants to ensure that “Star Wars: Jedi Survivor” is polished to perfection, and the extra time will allow them to achieve that.
In this new chapter of Cal Kestis’ story, players will follow the journey of an older and harder Cal, who is now a Jedi Knight. The game takes place five years after the events of “Fallen Order” and promises new worlds in the Star Wars galaxy to explore. Cal has new skills and weapons at his disposal, as he takes on the Galactic Empire.
“Star Wars: Jedi Survivor” is set to launch on April 28th, the same day as “Dead Island 2” (assuming there aren’t any last-minute delays). We hope that this extra time will result in a more enjoyable gaming experience for all Star Wars fans. Stay tuned for more updates and we can’t wait for you to play the game!