EA’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order suffered a six-week delay, now releasing in April.


Star Wars Jedi Survivor

Star Wars fans may be waiting a little longer than expected for the next Respawn to arrive. Star Wars Jedi Game EA and developer Respawn Entertainment Announced today That Cal Castes’ next chapter will now begin on April 28, six weeks late. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order To pull out of the march.

EA and Respawn say that although the game is complete after three years of development, work is still ongoing on bug fixes, polishing and improving the player experience.

Stig Smussen, game director at Respawn said, “In order to get the team up to the Respawn quality bar, give the team the time they need, and get the level of support our fans deserve, we’ve made six changes to our release schedule. Important weeks added.” Of Jedi: Survivor And Dropped order. “Thank you to EA and Respawn for taking the time to provide us with the best experience for our players, and to all of you for your understanding.”

Star Wars Jedi Survivor screenshot by Cale Castes

The highly anticipated title received its first gameplay trailer in December, showing off Cal’s new Force abilities and lightsaber styles, mounts, massive environments, new types of enemies, and more. The storyline will pick up five years after the first game, with our ragtag group forced to flee to the edge of the empire’s reach to try to escape its grasp.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Releasing exclusively on PC, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5, excluding last-gen platforms. The game is now launching on April 28th, just a week before the May 4th celebrations.


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