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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (28th April 2023)

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Just officially announced at Celebration :bouncy:

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"What is your next move, Jedi?"

Experience the next chapter of Cal Kestis' journey in STAR WARS Jedi: Survivor™ - coming in 2023.

Picking up five years after the events of STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order, Jedi: Survivor is a third person, narrative-driven action-adventure game from Respawn Entertainment, developed in collaboration with Lucasfilm Games.

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Part II, is that you?! :p

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Okay but seriously, am I crazy or does the guy in the tank kind of look like a white-haired, Sephiroth take on Cal? 

Interview with Stig Asmussen from StarWars.com. It has also been mentioned elsewhere that the game takes place 5 years after Fallen Order (14 BBY), meaning it took place in 9 BBY, which means it takes place in the same year as Kenobi. 

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Fair enough, just a random trailer drop. I guess I was hoping for a little bit more to dissect but oh well. At least it's (hopefully) coming next year so not too long to wait.

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Do we dare hope? The game appears to be listed for late Feb/early March of next year:

Think this would be in line with the whispers surrounding the game's supposed internal delay from late this year to next. 

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A new novel, Star Wars Jedi: Battle Scars, is set to release 7th March 2023 to help bridge the gap between Fallen Order and Survivor. 

 

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9 hours ago, Ronnie said:

Delayed 6 weeks.

Well, that's one less thing to plough through in the month leading up to Celebration I guess, and one less thing to talk about in lines too! :p

It's a weird one this delay for me, because I don't feel like we've actually seen that much of the game, which is fine - it's shaping up to be a very direct sequel from a story and gameplay perspective, so similar to perhaps Ragnarök, there just might not be that much they want to show ahead of release. At the same time, though, I think this has a marketing deal with PlayStation because they've been tweeting about it every few days, and so I'm honestly a bit surprised by the delay; maybe not seeing much by this point should've been taken as a sign, but I kind of assumed it was going smoothly. 

Just realised this delay also brings it up to within two weeks of Tears of the Kingdom (or at least it's current release date as things stand), so I'm kind of selfishly hoping it's comparable in length to the first game and has avoided bloat...which I feel like we've been seeing a lot more of as of late. 

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1 hour ago, Julius said:

Well, that's one less thing to plough through in the month leading up to Celebration I guess, and one less thing to talk about in lines too! :p

It's a weird one this delay for me, because I don't feel like we've actually seen that much of the game, which is fine - it's shaping up to be a very direct sequel from a story and gameplay perspective, so similar to perhaps Ragnarök, there just might not be that much they want to show ahead of release. At the same time, though, I think this has a marketing deal with PlayStation because they've been tweeting about it every few days, and so I'm honestly a bit surprised by the delay; maybe not seeing much by this point should've been taken as a sign, but I kind of assumed it was going smoothly. 

Just realised this delay also brings it up to within two weeks of Tears of the Kingdom (or at least it's current release date as things stand), so I'm kind of selfishly hoping it's comparable in length to the first game and has avoided bloat...which I feel like we've been seeing a lot more of as of late. 

Two weeks is the minimum games will want to avoid Zelda I imagine! 

Personally I'm happy with the delay, the original release date was looking really busy with Mando on at the same time, Celebration around the corner and even stuff like the Mario Movie. Happy that things are a bit more spaced out now. I'm sure there'll be plenty to talk about at Celebration regardless!

Oh and obv a more stable game with less bugs is always good. As much as I make fun of the now monthly Twitter jpg delay announcement, it's good when games take the time they need.

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