Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order received a March 17 release date last month and it’s already gone. Electronic Arts has announced that the game will now be released at the end of April, as the developer Respawn Entertainment focuses on fixing bugs, performance problems and generally making sure that the game does not appear like many other days these people. “In order for the team to hit the Respawn bar, give it the time it needs, and get the attention our fans deserve, we’ve added six important weeks to our release schedule,” the company wrote in a statement. Twitter. “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order now launches worldwide on April 28.”
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The studio insists that the game is complete and now in the final stages of development. Respawn goes on to say that this series is a “direct response” to feedback on the first game, adding that the developers “tried themselves on every level”.
It is the second game delay of 2023, next week after Ubisoft revealed that Skull and Bones, its ship game trapped in development hell, will be delayed for a sixth time. Both games were scheduled for March, a month that is now almost gone. Instead of a fast-paced game release schedule in the coming months, things are starting to slow down a bit.
However, at this rate, we may not have seen the last short delay. There are already big questions about whether Forza Motorsport and Starfield will arrive in the first half of 2023 as originally planned. Maybe Redfall, which got a May 2 release date last week, isn’t sure either. All release dates are set here.