- It’s safe to say that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has been one of the best releases of 2023 thus far, and one of the finest Star Wars games in the business.
- It forwards the story of Cal Kestis who has seemingly come into his own and grown as a capable Jedi Knight over the events of the previous game.
- Jedi: Survivor suffered a rough launch on PC, but that does not hinder the potential of what is otherwise a well-made AAA title.
- If you’ve been meaning to get the game for some time, you’ll find Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on sale for about $39 at the moment for the Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5.
- Retail platforms, such as GameStop and Best Buy have the title on sale right now, although Jedi: Survivor is priced $10 higher on the latter.
2023 has been a great overall year for AAA video game releases. We got Starfield, we’re getting Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 next month, and we even had the privilege to enjoy the next sequence in Cal Kestis’ story in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor as he takes on the mantle of the Jedi Order and strives to hold his own. If you’ve been meaning to get a piece of this game, now just might be the ideal time for you to plunge in.
Should you head over to GameStop, you’ll find Jedi: Survivor getting treated to a remarkable discount of $30, thereby reducing its MSRP of $69.99 to $39.99. This pricing is for the brand-new physical edition of the game and is available for both Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 consoles at the moment. Your delivery options from GameStop include pick-up, same-day delivery, and standard delivery to your home.
Sadly, GameStop doesn’t offer anything of the like for PC players, but that doesn’t mean you cannot look elsewhere. The Jedi: Survivor listing on Steam has the title 30% off at present as well, which, although, isn’t the same as the cost of the title on GameStop, is still a cool $20 discount to enjoy. Better something than nothing, right?
Regular shoppers at Best Buy also ought to notice the discounted pricing of Jedi: Survivor on there. The action-adventure “Soulslike” can be bought for $49.99 on the US-based retailer for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X—the same as GameStop. It bears repeating that only the physical version of the title can be bought for a reduced price; the digital edition has not been discounted at all.
For those who missed it, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’s director Stig Asmussen left Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts in “pursuit of other adventures.” Stig has been credited for their diligent work on the Star Wars IP, responsible for both Star Wars Jedi games, and subsequently, the soaring success of the titles as well. After all, Jedi: Survivor is a longer, bigger game, and all that extra effort did go on to pay off.
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For starters, when the title first came out, it instantly surpassed the peak concurrent player count of Fallen Order and went on to become a commercial success as well for Respawn and EA. The devs have also been continually supporting their work ever since launch, with a 60 FPS mode out now for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
EA had a Record FY Q1 with net booking growing 21% Year over Year. EA says Star Wars Jedi Survivor was a driving factor
EA says Jedi Survivor is a "commercial success" with "millions of players". They also state players are spending more time in-game than did with Fallen Order pic.twitter.com/ctGqUG3zVB
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Jedi: Survivor has been out for a myriad of systems since April 28, 2023, including PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5. A third game in the series seems to be in development, as per pertinent job postings by Respawn.
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