Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Reveals March 15/16 Launch Date & Bonuses via Accidental Steam Page Update

Recently, the Steam page for the Respawn-developed and Electronic Arts-published action-adventure Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was accidentally updated, revealing a release date of March 15/March 16, 2023, that appears to differ based on one’s timezone. However, this new information was quickly removed from the page.

During its announcement, the title only had a general 2023 release window for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC.

Further, several gameplay elements and edition bonuses were listed. While not specified, players can look forward to new Force abilities and Lightsaber fighting styles alongside new abilities, planets, and equipment to utilize.

A Deluxe Edition was revealed, housing the following:

“Galactic Hero” Cosmetic Pack

  • “Scoundrel” Cosmetic
  • “Rugged” BD-1 Cosmetic
  • “DL-44” Blaster Set

“New Hero” Cosmetic Pack

  • “Rebel Hero” Cosmetic”
  • “BD-Astro” BD-1 Cosmetic
  • “Rebel Hero” Lightsaber Set

Obi-Wan Kenobi-inspired “Jedi Survival” Cosmetic Pack

  • “Hermit” Cosmetic
  • “Hermit” Lightsaber Set
  • “Combustion” Blaster Set

Lastly, pre-ordering the game’s Standard edition on Steam will grant players the contents of the Obi-Wan Kenobi-inspired “Jedi Survival” Cosmetic Pack.

The companies announced that the title will be shown at The Game Awards as well:

Throughout this action-adventure experience, players are reintroduced to Jedi Cal Kestis, five years after the conclusion of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Still on the run from the Empire and feeling the strain of being hunted as one of the few remaining Jedi, he evades them alongside his companion, BD-1. Further, the combat system is stated to grow dynamically in innovative ways.

We’ll be sure to keep you all updated on any forthcoming developments with this highly anticipated title.

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Orpheus Joshua

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