Star Wars Jedi Survivor Doing Quite Very Well Than Expected Claims EA

Star Wars Jedi Survivor is now bigger than its predecessor.

EA stated that Star Wars Jedi Survivor has far exceeded its expectations and is doing well.

EA CEO Andrew Wilson recently spoke during the company’s fiscal year 2023 Q4 earnings call (via Windows Central) revealing his comments about Star Wars Jedi Survivor. He comments that it is already doing well, claiming it has now millions of players and is pacing very strongly. It has exceeded EA’s expectations and has far surpassed its predecessor, Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order.

In a year after it launched in November 2019, Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order reached 10 million players in May 2020. In June 2021, that number doubled to 20 million players.

EA did not mention the number of players for Star Wars Jedi Survivor, but Wilson did hint that it has now exceeded its predecessor’s numbers so it could be beyond that already. And this is just a few months after launch.

The console versions are quite doing well with more patches coming in, but the PC version is still having problems. Despite those issues, the game is doing pretty well, that is if EA’s statement is to be believed.

Star Wars Jedi Survivor is out now on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.

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