Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is reportedly still on track for a March 2023 release on PS5. That’s according to journalist and industry insider Jeff Grubb, who let the tidbit loose on a recent episode of Giant Bomb's Game Mess Mornings podcast.
As the conversation shifted to companies recognising the benefit of single-player games featuring shorter, more focused campaigns, Grubb brought up the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, noting the anticipated sequel is "still on track for that March release date as we've been saying this whole time. As EA has been saying in its earnings reports to investors this entire time, the big 'partner game' is coming - that's always been Star Wars Jedi: Survivor."
This prediction lines up with earlier reporting after Twitter backend scraping account PlayStation Game Size turned up references to a late February/early March release for the title in the backend of the PlayStation Store. However, whether that ends up being the actual release date remains to be seen, as EA themselves remain silent on the matter.
Does a March release for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor sound realistic to you? Considering the title has been in development since 2019, a 2023 release date does sound reasonable enough. Embrace the force in the comments section below.