Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Sequel Named Survivor Could Be Coming Out in February/March 2023

Grubb claims that the sequel could be the "Major IP" mentioned in EA's financial results.


Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order’s rumoured sequel, Survivor, might just be headed for release in February or March of 2023. This comes from Jeff Grub, whose recent posts on Twitter seem to suggest that the sequel to Jedi Fallen Order may be the “Major IP” scheduled for Fiscal Q4 in EA’s earnings call.

So far, Respawn and EA has confirmed that Jedi Fallen Order will indeed be getting a sequel but no confirmation has been made regarding its name and its release window. Speculation on the internet currently suggests that the sequel will be titled “Star Wars Jedi Survivor”, but there has been no official word regarding the matter.

The sequel to Fallen Order is one of many Star Wars properties currently in the works at Respawn, in collaboration with Lucasfilm Games.

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Star Wars Jedi “Survivor” Could Be Released in February or March of 2023

As of now, there are 3 Star Wars titles in production at Respawn – the Jedi Fallen Order sequel, a new FPS from Peter Hirschmann, and a strategy game via Respawn and Bit Reactor (XCOM devs). Safe to say, there doesn’t seem to be a dearth of Star Wars games as several other developers have announced their titles, including Quantic Dream’s Eclipse.

Ubisoft is also currently working on an SW game with Lucasfilm Games, but there hasn’t been much information regarding the title.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Fans are looking forward to what Respawn have in store with the Jedi Fallen Order sequel as the 2019 title was one of the most critically-acclaimed SW titles in years and proved itself to be a wonderful addition to the canon. It is still unclear as to whether the sequel will be a direct continuation of Cal’s story or whether it will follow a new protagonist altogether.

Respawn is yet to reveal any information about the game and it will be interesting to see if the studio attempts to switch things up or stick to a formula that worked wonders for the original game in 2019.