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News video games 11 May 2023, 16:15

author: Kamil Kleszyk

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Satisfies EA's CEO, but No Word on Technical Problems

The numerous technical issues plaguing Star Wars Jedi: Survivor did not prevent the game from attracting „millions of players” and thus achieving great commercial success.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is being talked about quite a lot these days. However, the hype around the game is not only due to an engaging storyline and interesting gameplay, but mainly to problems plaguing the title since its release.

  • As it turns out, the glitches plaguing mainly the PC version of the game did not significantly affect its sales. At least that's according to the words of Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson.
  • During a recent meeting of EA's board of directors, at which the company's financial results were discussed, the topic of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was mentioned.
  • During the conference, Wilson reported that the second installment of Cal Kestis' adventures has already reached "millions of players," and the game itself has recorded a "very strong" start, which exceeded the publisher's expectations.
  • Unfortunately, the boss of Electronic Arts did not present specific numbers, proving the success of Jedi: Survivor, let alone address the aforementioned problems that still exist in the game..

Instead, Wilson said that the earlier decision to postpone the title's release was correct, as it gave the developers adequate time to polish the game.

"As for Jedi: Survivor, we are extremely delighted. We made the bold decision to postpone the title's release by six weeks to give the team the opportunity to achieve the quality they wanted," said the director (via The Motley Fool).

We leave the above words for you to ponder on your own.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is available on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.

Kamil Kleszyk

Kamil Kleszyk

An introvert by nature. Since childhood, he felt a closer connection to humanism than to the sciences. Instead of exercises in maths, he preferred shutting himself up in his world and inventing new stories of his favorite anime – Dragon Ball. After years of study came a time of stagnation, which he preferred to call "searching for purpose." Looking out for destiny during the 58th screening of his beloved Die Hard, he decided – like John McCLane – to fight for a better future. He found the avenue to do this in Gamepressure. Since he's still a freshman in the newsroom, he doesn't have a target subject he wants to focus on yet. So, you can expect news about farming simulators, or the impact of Johnny Depp's trial on the future of Pirates of the Caribbean. If you ever hear that playing console games and watching movies is futile – remember this story


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