Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is headed to more platforms. During publisher Electronic Arts’ earnings briefing, the company announced that developer Respawn is now in the “early stages” of bringing the Star Wars game to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Jedi: Survivor launched at the end of April this year for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. The game enjoyed generally favorable reviews, but the PC version left something to be desired in terms of performance. EA released multiple patches to address the issues over time.
The announcement from Respawn and EA today about bringing Jedi: Survivor to older consoles probably came as a surprise to some. In February, game director Stig Asmussen told Play Magazine (via GameRant) that Respawn was skipping PS4/Xbox One so the company could take full advantage of the superior processors and memory of the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S compared to the PS4 and Xbox One. Asmussen said Respawn was hoping to achieve a “true new-gen experience” with Jedi: Survivor.
Respawn did not say when Jedi: Survivor might launch on PS4 and Xbox One or provide any further details on how this version of the game might be different from the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S edition.
Jedi: Survivor was not the first current-gen-only game from EA, as the company launched EA Sports PGA Tour only on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S earlier in April 2023.
Beyond the announcement of Jedi: Survivor for PS4 and Xbox One, Respawn said it is working on “additional performance improvements” for the existing PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S versions of Jedi: Survivor. Respawn said it continues to be a “top priority” for the team to release these improvements, and more information will be shared in due course.
Respawn has a number of upcoming projects in the works, including a new Star Wars first-person shooter and an untitled Star Wars strategy game alongside developer Bit Reactor. Respawn also continues to develop and support its popular battle royale game, Apex Legends.
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