Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Was The Best Selling Game Of April In US

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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on launch received positive reviews from critics, but it received criticism from fans on PC due to a poor port. EA later apologized for the poor launch and promised to fix the issues.

Despite these issues and negativity surrounding the title, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor still managed to become the best-selling of April in the US.

Why it matters: The previous game in the Star Wars Jedi series was already a massive success with over 10 million sales, so expectations were higher for the sequel. However, it looks like Star Wars: Jedi Survivor has delivered on these expectations.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor April Best Selling
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Recently EA confirmed the game was off to a very strong start, and it did not disappoint. The game also remained at the top of Steam best-sellers for several days before and after its launch.

Therefore, it makes sense that it became the best-selling game of April. The Star Wars IP is extremely popular, and Respawn Entertainment’s unique mix of puzzles, combat, and exploration has enticed gamers to try the recent Star Wars gaming adventure.

With the impressive critical reception, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is also shaping up to be a contender for Game of The Year, despite the remarkable competition in the gaming industry for 2023.

EA is looking to improve the game further, promising several patches for all platforms. With various patches, many issues of the game have already been fixed, and EA will continue to fix the remaining ones to improve the experience for existing and new players.

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