EA asks fans not to share Star Wars Jedi: Survivor reveals

There are still a few days left until the launch of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Still, some players have reportedly gotten their hands on copies already, and now EA is asking fans to refrain from divulging the game’s content.

In a message on Twitter, EA makes it clear that fans must avoid the temptation to share hitherto secret details about the game.

– No disclosures! We are incredibly excited for everyone to experience Star Wars Jedi: Survivor this week. We ask that you please think of others and refrain from posting or sharing disclosures.

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The request was repeated by several employees of Respawn, the developer behind Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – including game writer Pete Stewart.

– Friends, please don’t spoil the game. We have worked very hard to create something that will hopefully surprise and delight you all. I know a lot of people will be upset if they see revelations before they get to play, and for us it’s also very sad to see,” Stewart said on Twitter.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor continues the story from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. This time, Cal Kestis and his sidekick BD-1 take on the task of creating a haven for anyone who wants to escape the clutches of the Galactic Empire. He also gets a number of other friends with him, who appear as helpers in battle.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor launches on April 28, for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.

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