Coruscant Is a Playable Planet in Star Wars: Jedi Survivor, but It May Not Be Open World
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor director Stig Asmussen has revealed that Coruscant will be one of the planets featured in the sequel, though it may not be a fully explorable open-world area.
Shortly before releasing Jedi: Survivor’s final gameplay trailer, Asmussen, who shared the news at Star Wars Celebration, confirmed that Coruscant is in the game.
“We’re taking our Metroidvania approach a step further, and we’ll have Coruscant as well, to talk about another planet.” [I’m] Just check here. “
Asmussen mentioned Coruscant in a conversation about the larger explorable areas included in Jedi: Survivor, but EA’s Star Wars communications lead Andy McNamara seems to have lowered his expectations a bit. twitter.
“To be clear, Stig never claimed Coruscant was a ‘open world to explore’. [as one Twitter account claimed]He just confirmed it was one of the game’s destinations,” McNamara said.
Therefore, it’s unclear how much Coruscant will appear in Jedi: Survivor. It can be an open world or area like any other location, or it can be featured as part of a specific story mission, like Fallen Order, the final Jedi area.
Fans will find out soon enough, as the game launches on April 28th for PlayStation 5, Xbox series, and PC. The latest trailer shows a battle against Stormtroopers, the Destroyer Droids from his prequel trilogy, and even Rancor, and developer Respawn Entertainment promises plenty of stories to match the action. .
In previewing the game, IGN said: [we were] You systematically solved the problems I had with the Fallen Order. “
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer and UK news editor. He talks about witchers all day long.