The anticipated follow-up to the amazing Fallen Order is Star Wars Jedi Survivor. As one of the few Order 66 survivors from Revenge of the Sith, it follows ginger Jedi Cal Kestis as he continues to travel the far-off galaxy.
One of the most eagerly awaited games of 2023 is the follow-up to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, which is scheduled for release on April 28 for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S. The game, which will soon be available for preloading, takes place five years after the previous instalment in the series.
Many gamers prefer to first read the reviews before deciding whether or not to invest their hard-earned money in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor because it costs $70. Here is the precise date and hour of the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor reviews embargo in case you’re as eager as other gamers to read what the industry insiders have to say about the game.
When will the Star Wars Jedi Survivor review end?
The Star Wars Jedi Survivor review embargo will expire on April 26 at 08:00 PDT, 11:00 EST, and 16:00 BST.
Greg Miller, also known as GameOverGreggy, posted this on Twitter. The following day, streams of the game will also be permitted.
It’s encouraging to see that Electronic Arts did not waive the review embargo for Fallen Order at the exact moment the game was released in 2019, as it indicates that this will not happen with Jedi Survivor. especially given that Fallen Order earned overwhelmingly positive reviews from both critics and fans.
The follow-up to Respawn has a lot to offer. Cal can be customised more, the worlds are larger, the fighting is more sophisticated, and the plot should be more epic.
Despite the fact that the review embargo is about to expire, you may still pre-order the game to receive the pre-order goodies.
Release date and bonuses for Pre-orders
Star Wars Jedi Survivor will be available on April 28th, and the following are all of the pre-order bonuses:
- The “Hermit” Cosmetic
- The “Hermit” Lightsaber Set
- The “Combustion” Blaster Set
No matter whatever edition you choose, you will receive everything mentioned above. A Standard edition is available for £69.99/$69.99, and a Deluxe edition is available for £89.99/$89.99.
Everything extra included with the Deluxe bundle is listed below:
- “Scoundrel” Cosmetic
- “Rugged” BD-1 Cosmetic
- “DL-44” Blaster Set
- “Rebel Hero” Cosmetic
- “BD-Astro” BD-1 Cosmetic
- “Rebel Hero” Lightsaber Set
If you have a PC, you can either use EA Play Pro or Steam to get the sequel. For either £14.99/$14.99 per month or £89.99/$99.99 per year, an EA Play Pro subscription entitles you to the Deluxe edition for free as long as you continue to pay the subscription fee.