Just on the brink of its release Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has been delayed. The much-awaited sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was due in March but EA has stated that the game is being delayed by 6 weeks. The announcement only came a few minutes ago via Twitter. Unfortunately, the fans of the franchise will have to wait a little more to get their hands on the title.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Delayed By 6 Weeks
The game was set to launch on March 17, 2023, but EA has updated that it will now release on April 28, 2023. According to the official statement, there is no major issue with the title. The development is complete the only thing left is to scuff out certain bugs and enhance stability.
While the delay is a bit disappointing, it isn’t a long wait. And it seems the fans are quite okay with it too. Some recent games have had serious performance issues at launch, the best example of which is The Callisto Protocol. It is understandable that Respawn wants to take its time and launch the best version of the game at launch.
EA also has a history of bad optimization and unpolished games at launch (Battlefield 2042). And owing to how good and well-received the first game was, it is necessary to launch a polished game. We really hope the sequel can live up to its predecessor’s quality especially now after the last-minute delay.
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