Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Hits EA Play and Xbox Game Pass This Week

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, the acclaimed 2023 action-adventure game from Respawn Entertainment, is officially joining the EA Play library as well as Xbox Game Pass this week Thursday. The news comes in light of rumours suggesting that the title would be going to EA Play’s vault soon, though we now have confirmation directly from Microsoft.

According to a new post on Xbox’s website, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will hit EA play and Xbox Game Pass on 25 April 2024. The game will be available to both PC Game Pass as well as Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers who can enjoy the title as long as they have an active subscription. Its predecessor, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, has been available on Game Pass for quite a while in case you’re itching to play both.

Xbox describes the game on its website as:

“The game follows Cal Kestis as he explores an untamed galaxy while carrying its hopes for the future on his shoulders. Members can look forward to discovering new planets and revisiting familiar frontiers in the Star Wars galaxy, each with unique biomes, challenges, and enemies. All the while, they’ll be mastering new skills, equipment, and abilities as they traverse the grandiose landscapes.”

In addition to games, EA Play also offers subscribers various in-game rewards every month. The current offering includes:

  • Apex Legends Apex Logo (Precious Peaks) Weapon Charm – Now to April 30
  • Battlefield 2042 Brigade Buster – Now to April 30
  • EA Sports FC 24 Clubs FC Pro Black Glasses – Now to April 25
  • EA Sports FC 24 VOLTA FC Pro Neck Tattoo and COINS – Now to April 25
  • EA Sports FC 24 Ultimate Team Draft Token – Now to May 14
  • Madden NFL 24 MUT April Pack – Now to April 30
  • WRC Season 4 Rewards – Now to June 3
  • NHL 24 Super Hero Set – Now to May 22
  • NHL 24 WOC Coins – Now to May 22
  • NHL 24 WOC Battle Pass XP Modifier – Now to May 22

In related news, Last year Cal Kestis actor Cameron Monaghan accidentally let slip that Respawn Entertainment was already working on the third game in the franchise. Unfortunately, it won’t be directed by Stig Asmussen, the director of the first two games, as he parted ways with Respawn last September.

Source: Xbox

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