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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor comes to EA Play this week

We're coming up to the one year mark since the launch of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Respawn's excellent follow-up to Jedi: Fallen Order. At this point, many of the game's earlier performance problems have been ironed out and now, the game is joining the EA Play library. 

While PC players can subscribe to EA Play Pro to get day-one access to brand-new games, console users only have access to the base version of EA Play, which gets newer games up to one year after launch. Now, just ahead of the game's one-year anniversary, it will be joining EA Play.

With EA Play being available on PC through the EA App, Steam and even Game Pass, many will have easy and cheap access to the content library. While Star Wars Jedi: Survivor isn't a small game, with some playtime put in at the weekends, it should be finishable in a one-month time span if you don't want to stay subscribed for long.

EA Play is also available on both PlayStation and Xbox consoles, both current and last-gen, although Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is still only playable on current-gen platforms. The game will be available through EA Play starting on the 25th of April.

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KitGuru Says: Will you downloading Star Wars Jedi: Survivor now that it is coming to EA Play? As someone who played it on PS5, this does give me an easy path to trying out the PC version for the first time. 

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