Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Is Over 50% Off For Star Wars Day

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is on sale for only $30 at multiple major retailers as part of the annual Star Wars Day festivities. The May 4 holiday–May the Fourth be with you–lands on weekend this year, so you could celebrate the holiday by playing Respawn Entertainment’s great action-adventure game. Survivor rarely sells for its list price of $70 these days, but it also doesn’t drop lower than $30 either. You can take advantage of this Jedi: Survivor deal for PS5 and Xbox Series X, but the game is starting to sell out at some retailers. Digital codes for the PC version of Jedi: Survivor on Steam, EA Play, and Epic Games Store are available for $31.49.

Star Wars Jedi Survivor (PS5) — $30 ($70)

Star Wars Jedi Survivor (Xbox Series X) — $30 ($70)

It’s worth noting that Xbox Series X|S owners don’t necessarily need to buy a copy of Survivor to play. Survivor was recently added to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. It’s also available to EA Play subscribers, which comes with Game Pass Ultimate. Survivor’s predecessor, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, is also available on EA Play and Game Pass. You can get a 14-day free trial of Game Pass Ultimate if you’re a new subscriber. If you’re not eligible, the best value is a three-month Game Pass Ultimate subscription at Amazon for $45, which saves you two bucks per month compared to subscribing directly from Xbox. It’s also worth noting that other retailers have raised the price of three-month Game Pass Ultimate codes to $50, but Amazon is still selling them for $45.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (PC) — $31.49 ($70)

Like the previous game, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Survivor is a third-person action-adventure with metroidvania elements in its level design and weighty lightsaber combat inspired by Dark Souls. The game continues the story of Cal Kestis, who has become a seasoned Jedi Knight in the time between Fallen Order and Jedi: Survivor. As you journey across the Outer Rim of the galaxy, he’ll become even stronger in the ways of the Force.

In GameSpot’s Star Wars Jedi: Survivor review, Jordan Ramée praised the game’s “Exhilarating lightsaber combat and physics-defying platforming puzzle challenges,” and lauded the game’s story about overcoming fear, survivor’s guilt, and self-doubt, calling it “the Jedi story I’ve wanted for a long time.”

Respawn’s Star Wars games aren’t available on Nintendo Switch, but that doesn’t mean Switch users can’t pick up a great Star Wars deal right now. Star Wars: Heritage Pack, a Switch-exclusive collection featuring seven classic Star Wars games, is on sale for $40 (was $60) at Amazon and Best Buy. The digital version of this collection costs $80, so this is a pretty nice deal, and all of the games except for two are preloaded on the cartridge:

  • Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
  • Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
  • Star Wars Episode I Racer
  • Star Wars Republic Commando
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
  • Knights of the Old Republic (Downloadable)
  • Knights of the Old Republic 2 (Downloadable)

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