Notify your local Imperial recruitment agency: the April 28 issue of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is upon us and we can’t wait to see more unsuspecting Stormtroopers. If you’re as excited as we are to join BD-1 and Cal Kestis on a new adventure of discovery and dismemberment, you might want to check out the various pre-order bonuses available for Respawn’s upcoming sequel.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and PC via Steam, Origin and the Epic Games Store. Regardless of which platform you choose, there are two versions of the game available for pre-order, both of which include exclusive cosmetic items for Cal and BD.
Best Star Wars Jedi: Survivor pre order deal
The retail price for the Standard Edition from most retailers is $69.99, but CDkeys.com is currently offering pre-orders for the Standard Edition for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor for PC for only $47.99. The pre-order is triggered through the EA/Origin app, though you’ll still get the same cosmetic items, making it the cheapest way to pick up the game for PC.
Where to pre-order Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
The standard edition, priced at $69.99, will net you a trio of Obi-Wan Kenobi themed items, including an outfit for Cal, a blaster, and a lightsaber modeled after the one used by Old Ben himself.
- Amazon – pc steam, PC originPlay station (physically), Xbox (physically)
- Best Buy – PC originPlay station (physically), Xbox (physically, digital)
- GameStop – PC originPlay station (physically), Xbox (physically, digital)
- walmart – Play station (physically), Xbox (physically)
- PlayStation store – Play station (digital)
- Steam – PC
- EA – PC
- Epic games store – PC
Where to pre-order Star Wars Jedi: Survivor deluxe edition
The $89.99 deluxe edition of Jedi: survivor get all the pre-order bonuses included in the standard edition, plus two additional sets of cosmetic items themed to Han Solo and Luke Skywalker, complete with slick coats, an RD-D2 themed skin for BD-1, and Han’s iconic DL – 44 blaster.
Shall Star Wars Jedi: Survivor be on EA Play?
Another way to pick up Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on PC is by subscribing to EA Play, which not only gives you day one access to most new releases, but also unlimited access to a growing library of EA titles. Unfortunately, like the great Empty space remake, access to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is limited to EA Play Pro subscribers, the $14.99 per month premium tier of the service only available on PCs. Still, that’s cheaper than spending $69.99 on the game.
In the past, EA Play subscribers were given early access to some titles before their actual ship date. But given that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order didn’t get an early access release, nor do we expect one for it Jedi: survivor or.