Star Wars Jedi: Survivor delayed until April 28
Respawn Entertainment has delayed Star Wars Jedi: Survivor by six weeks to April 28, 2023. This was announced in a post. Twitter, the studio says it needs a little more time to “hit the Respawn quality bar” and achieve a high level of polish. The PS5 sequel content is perfect, but a final round of bug fixes is needed and the delay will allow for an even better player experience, according to the tweet.
“To give the team time to hit the Respawn quality bar, give the team the time they need, and achieve the level of polish our fans deserve, we’ve added six important weeks to our release schedule – Star Wars Jedi: Survivor now Will launch globally on April 28.
The game was originally set to release a week before Resident Evil 4, but will now launch on the same day as Dead Island 2 and compete for attention with the Horizon Forbidden West DLC Burning Shores.
When Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order came out for PS4, it wasn’t in the best of states with a lot of bugs affecting the overall experience. Respawn Entertainment will try to prevent a similar launch with this extra time for the next bug fix. Will you still be playing Star Wars Jedi: Survivor? Wait another six weeks in the comments below.
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