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The release of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a mystery, but the PlayStation database gives us a hopeful date

The star wars future in the video game he seems to be in good hands with Respawn Entertainment. Although it must be taken into account that both Ubisoft and Quantic Dream have agreements with Disney to produce titles of the galactic license, the projects of the parents of Titanfall are much closer in time with a Star Wars Jedi: Survivor heating up in the dock.


The arrival of the new Cal Kestis game was expected for this year (although there was never any confirmation from Respawn or Electronic Arts), it finally left us with honey on our lips with a first preview and a very shy “2023” to crown this trailer. At the moment, we still do not have an approximate release date, but the database of PlayStation Network points to a launch for March of the next year.

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Again we continue without confirmation by either of the two development studios, and we could also be facing a place holder (a random date to include in the system and not leave that space blank), so it is a date that should be catch with tweezers. However, the game’s page on the PlayStation Store reveals the date of March 2023 once we add the game to the list. wish list.

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In fact, according to the media Wccftech, who has echoed this news, the Steam page for Jedi: Survivor has been opened todayso they could be producing major moves behind the scenes by EA. At the moment, the game page on the launcher Valve does not add relevant information or give clues about a date or an imminent official announcement, so it remains to wait.

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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is just one of the Star Wars-based bets developed by the Respawn team. In all, Americans have up to 3 games in development: one of them a shooter that would collect influences from the work on Titanfall and Apex Legends, while the latter project would be developed in partnership with Bit Reactor, made up of former developers of XCOM Y civilization.

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