Star Wars: Jedi Survivor Revealed by EA as the Successor to Jedi: Fallen Order, Set to Release in 2023

The game will be skipping release on last-gen consoles.


Respawn Entertainment, Lucasfilm Games, and EA have finally revealed Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, a follow-up to the critically acclaimed Jedi: Fallen Order. The game is currently scheduled for release in 2023 for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.

EA dropped a cinematic trailer for the game that hints at a pretty interesting direction the game could head in. Characters such as the Grand Inquisitor have been alluded to, but it remains to be seen exactly what the game has in store for players come 2023.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (2018) is universally heralded as one of the best Star Wars games of all time and has set quite a high bar. Respawn Entertainment have consistently delivered one quality game after the other and it will be interesting if they can keep the streak alive with this one.

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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Comes Out in 2023 for Current-Gen Consoles and PC Only

The game will be skipping launch on last-gen consoles, which means in order to play the game – players will need either a PS5, Xbox Series X/S, or a solid PC. 2018’s Jedi Fallen Order set up an interesting cast of characters and left the door open for the sequels to explore a number of cool stories.

Jedi: Survivor will see the return of Cal Kestis and BD and likely the rest of the crew – Cere and Greez. The game will pick up 5 years after the events of Jedi: Fallen Order as Cal matures to come to grips with the fact that he is one of the last remaining Jedis in the galaxy.

Respawn is specifically developing the game for current-gen consoles, which means players can expect all kinds of improvements from the 2018 game – both in terms of presentation as well as gameplay. The game comes out in 2023, and no official release window has been specified just yet.