Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is the sequel to the sleeper hit from 2019’s, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. A brand new Star Wars journey developed by Respawn Entertainment, most known for Titanfall 2, and Apex Legends. Ever since its explosive gameplay trailer at The Game Awards. Where the game’s original release date was revealed as March 17th. There has been very little news regarding the title. Such as new gameplay breakdowns or story details.
Since there have been so few details on that front. The original gameplay shown during The Game Awards was enough to keep players invested. However, it seems as though players will have to wait a little longer. As of today EA and Respawn have announced that the highly anticipated game is being delayed to April 28th. A short six weeks from its original release window.
Details on the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Delay
The delay came from the official EA Star Wars Twitter account. Sharing this image to detail the reasoning behind the delay:
Delays are very common these days, and Respawn has more than earned the right to delay Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. As its predecessor was highly regarded for its overall story, gameplay, and graphical fidelity. This delay will only benefit the game for not only Respawn but for the community at large who are anticipating the game.