Star Wars Jedi: Survivor receives a 9-minute gameplay video

Jedi: Survivor is looking great

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor receives a 9-minute gameplay video

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is looking great in its latest gameplay video

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was easily one of the best Star Wars games of recent years, and the good news is that Respawn will soon be ready to release that game's sequel; Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Now, thanks to IGN, gamers can now watch a new 9-minute gameplay video of Respawn's next Star Wars game, with this trailer showcasing the planet of Koboh, one of the new planets from Jedi: Survivor. 

Star Wars: Jedi Survivor starts five years after the events of Fallen Order, with the Empire continuing to pursue Cal as he continues to grow as a Jedi Knight. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is now due to launch on April 28th 2023, arriving exclusively on current-generation gaming platforms. This includes PC, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation 5. On PC, Jedi: Survivor will be launching on Steam, the Epic Games Store, and on the EA App.

Based on the game's new gameplay trailer, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a lot more graphically impressive than its predecessor, and it is clear that the team at Respawn entertainment are aiming to take the game to new heights. Gamers should not expect more of the same from Jedi: Survivor. Gamers should expect new mechanics, traversal options, fighting styles, Jedi abilities, and more. In Jedi: Survivor, dual lightsabre fighting will become an option, giving players more ways to change their playstyle.

You can join the discussion on Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on the OC3D Forums.

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Most Recent Comments

08-02-2023, 19:03:35

I found 2022 to be a bad gaming year this year thou is going to be so much better, played the first one is was alright so i hope they do better but it's EA after all.Quote

08-02-2023, 20:15:46

how is the VRAM demand in this game?

it seems that 2023 will be the end of 8GB cards.

i read that some of the new games in 2023 struggle with 10GB at 4K resolution.

hogwarts legacy, forspoken, dead space remake are mentioned and i think i read that jedi survivor is also very demanding.

i think a card for 500+ euro should have 16GB+ in 2023.... but who is telling nvidia (and amd)?Quote

08-02-2023, 20:43:10

idk but 16gb vram and 32gb ram are becoming more common and most of the UE5 games are going to be like this i feel, as highly optimised games on PC are even less common than in the past.Quote

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