Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Sequel Delayed By Six Weeks for Additional Polish and Bug Fixes
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was originally slated to launch on March 17th, today will release on April 28th according to Respawn, citing the need to combat bug fixes and additional polish to make whatever as great as it can be at release.
The declaration validates that the upcoming action title that continues the story of the Jedi Cal Testis is content total. Game director Sting Asmussen says that the team is focused entirely on the final phase: bug repairs to enhance performance, stability, polish, and most importantly, the player experience.
EA and Respawn’s upcoming follow up to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has actually been delayed, pressing itself back 6 weeks for extra polish and bug fixes, according to a statement made on Twitter by the business today.
The declaration continues:
Players will be waiting for the full release to strike at the end of April, a force push of 6 weeks in order to offer the group the time they require, and accomplish the level of polish Asmussen states Respawns fans are worthy of..
A reveal trailer was unveiled back in December during The Game Awards 2022, providing a look into the upcoming Jedi: Survivor. Inspect it out in the embed listed below. The news of this hold-up comes as Respawn and EA also revealed it was pulling the plug on Pinnacle Legends Mobile, shuttering the studio behind the title just prior to its first anniversary.