In a move that seems a bit strange, EA will be bringing Star Wars Jedi: Survivor to last-gen consoles at some point in the future. The publisher dropped this bombshell during its latest business briefing, stating that the port is in the "early stages" of development. Okay then.
Survivor released for the PS5 earlier this year, back in April. Developer Respawn had previously suggested that the game would take full advantage of current-gen hardware — the main reason as to why it would skip decade-old systems like the PS4.
Now, obviously, the PS4 still has a huge install base, but you've got to imagine that the people who wanted to play Survivor got it for their shiny new console, or their PC. Again, porting it backwards to completely outdated hardware seems like a weird thing to do.
It's also worth mentioning that the action adventure title has some performance related issues on PS5 — problems that have persisted since the game's aforementioned April launch. These issues are reportedly being worked on, but it does make you wonder how it'll run on a PS4...
So, er, dare we ask if you'll be grabbing Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on PS4? Question last-gen's life cycle in the comments section below.