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EA Reiterates a ‘Major’ Game Will Be Released Before April 2023 and It May Just Be Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

EA has reiterated that what it calls a “major IP” will be released before March 31, 2023, which may or may not be Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

On page 10 of EA’s Q2 2023 earnings slideshow, EA lists games scheduled for release on March 31, 2023 by the end of fiscal year 2023. There are plenty of games we already know on the Q4 list like Dead Space Remake, PGA Tour and Super Mega, but some very notable ones like Baseball, Wild Hearts that are only listed as ‘Major IP’ I have one game.

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Looking at all the EA games in development, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor seems like the best bet for what this mystery game is all about. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is the sequel to 2019’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and was first announced at Star Wars Celebration 2022 with a 2023 release his window.

Other EA games we know of are Dragon Age: Dreadwolf (which just completed an alpha development milestone), the upcoming Mass Effect (seemingly even further away), and two other unannounced Marvel games from EA. and early Iron Man games. Two other unannounced games in development, and Star Wars Jedi, Survivor developer Respawn.

Two other possibilities are skating. Or the revival of EA Sports College Football, but the former he only reached pre-pre-alpha in July 2022, the latter hasn’t learned much more about it, and EA hasn’t decided on the timing of the game’s release. It may not make sense because you want to measure it. The beginning of the fall college football season.

Obviously, it could also be a game we haven’t learned about yet, but with less than half a year to go until April, that possibility is becoming less and less likely by the day. I’ve done something like that, but there are very few releases of that type.

EA has previously confirmed that this “major IP” will be released in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2023 in May, and it looks like it will be released before the March 31, 2023 end date.

For more on Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, see how it was picked up from the original and learn more about the novel that bridges the gap between the two adventures.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @Adam Bankhurst and Cramp.

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