A lot of fans and gamers were disheartened when reports surfaced last April that the release date for the upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sequel has been pushed back. EA and Respawn Entertainment never confirmed the delay but the general belief within the fandom right now is that the game will hit stores sometime in 2023. The reason behind the delay wasn't specified but some reports claim that a few characters in the game will be undergoing major redesigns for the follow-up.
Now, it appears that PlayStation has leaked Star Wars Jedi: Survivor's target release month. According to a listing posted on the official PlayStation Store website, the Fallen Order sequel is eyeing a March 2023 release. Interestingly, the said listing was edited and now says "release date to be determined". Welp. It looks like it was an accidental leak on the popular gaming console's part.
As of writing, the game's developers EA and Respawn Entertainment have yet to comment on the apparent leak. Check out PlayStation's tweet below:
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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is part of a slew of supposed 2022 gaming title releases that were pushed back to a later date. It also joins Zynga's upcoming action game Star Wars: Hunters which was recently confirmed to have a delayed launch due to technical issues.
Meanwhile, the Fallen Order series' main character Cal Kestis is rumored to be crossing over to the Star Wars live-action universe very soon. Lucasfilm has of course yet to confirm anything but it would be safe to assume that Cal will be joining the second season of Obi-Wan Kenobi, especially after he was rumored to make his debut in Season 1.
As it stands, no official release date has been announced for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.