Here’s where you can buy Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Notify your local Imperial recruitment office: Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is here, and it’s brilliant. If you haven’t yet rejoined BD-1 and Cal Kestis on their latest adventure full of discovery and dismemberment, we’ve collected everything you need to know about its various editions, plus deals if we find any. If you’re playing on PC or console, clear some storage space, as the game requires a ton of space. On PC, it’s a whopping 155 GB of space, and it’s not much better on consoles. The Xbox Series X and PS5 come in at around 150 GB.

Where to buy Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

The standard edition is priced at $69.99, and is 10% off for EA Play subscribers.

Where to buy the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor deluxe edition

The $89.99 deluxe edition of Jedi: Survivor gets you two sets of cosmetic items themed after Han Solo and Luke Skywalker, complete with slick jackets, an RD-D2-themed skin for BD-1, and Han’s iconic DL-44 blaster.

Will Star Wars Jedi: Survivor be on EA Play for PC?

Another avenue for picking up Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on PC is by subscribing to EA Play, which not only gets you day-one access to most new releases, but also unlimited access to a growing library of EA titles. Unfortunately, like the terrific Dead Space remake, access to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is restricted to EA Play Pro subscribers, the $14.99 per month premium tier of the service that’s only available on PCs. Still, that’s cheaper than spending $69.99 on the game.

Also, subscribing to EA Play will knock 10% off the cost of the console games when you buy them digitally through the PlayStation store, or through Xbox.

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Prices taken at time of publishing.

Update (April 28): Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is now available, so we’re pivoting this post to provide noteworthy deals during its launch window.