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there is EA approved The upcoming third-person action sequel, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, will get a gameplay showcase at the upcoming 2022 Game Awards, and while the release date is likely to be announced here as well, it looks like it won’t. Waiting this long to know as distribution giant Steam has apparently updated the game’s page ahead of time, revealing that the game will launch on March 15, 2023.
The page has been corrected immediately. If you try to find it now, it will say “Coming Soon” on the game’s release date. But as usual the internet was very fast and users like @Wario64 twitter managed to capture some screenshots. Given that the game has yet to reveal any gameplay or trailers other than the first teaser, such a release date would be much sooner than expected.
Also, the game would be released a little over three years after the original game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which was released in November 2019. A three-year development cycle is pretty short these days, especially given the disruption faced by most studios in 2020. .Due to Covid-19. Regardless, EA seems to be having problems keeping this game private, as it was reported in July that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will be released in early March 2023, given what a user claims to have found in the PlayStation store database.
This time, however, it wasn’t just the release date that was leaked. As you can see, the images show the game’s pre-order bonuses, deluxe edition bonuses, PC specs, and a more detailed description of the game. Most notably, the cosmetic skins awarded in these bonuses reveal that Cal Kestis will be wielding a lightsaber alongside a lightsaber, meaning third-person shooting will be added to the gameplay formula of Star Wars Jedi.
This was previously speculated because of a Hasbro Kestis figure with a blaster holster on her hip, but now nearly all of it has been confirmed. Finally, the Steam page reveals that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will require around 130GB of storage on your PC, which is unusually high for a single-player non-open world adventure game. For comparison, Fallen Order requires about 55 GB. While the file size is smaller on console, this indicates that the game will be much larger in content than the original.