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As has become typical for major releases, users on social media began reporting they’d acquired physical copies of the sequel early this weekend and shared spoilers from the game. This led to an official response from EA’s Star Wars Twitter profile.
“No spoilers!” it wrote. “We’re beyond excited for everyone to experience #StarWarsJediSurvivor this week! We ask that you please be mindful of others and avoid posting or sharing spoilers. And remember, BD is watching!”
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Pete Stewart, a writer at developer Respawn, shared his own plea: “Please, friends, don’t spoil the game. We all worked very hard to create something that hopefully surprises and delights you all.
“I know a lot of people will be upset to see spoilers before they get to play, and for us it’s REALLY disheartening to see as well. Be kind, y’all.”
VGC wrote in our recent Star Wars Jedi: Survivor hands-on: “Star Wars Jedi Survivor feels like a third game in a series, rather than a direct sequel.
“Every element from the first game feels more refined, polished, and expanded upon, and if the final game can fulfill the expectations that our demo left us with after playing for a few hours, then we may have to retire Assassin’s Creed 2 as the benchmark for improvement on a promising original.”
The director of the Star Wars Jedi series recently said he hopes to make a trilogy of games.