Jedi Survivor Final Gameplay Trailer

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’s Final Gameplay Trailer Teases Speeder Bikes And Coruscant

One last tease before launch.

During a special live presentation at Star Wars Celebration 2023, Respawn Entertainment have dropped the final gameplay trailer for their upcoming title, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

At the three-day event held in London, game director Stig Asmussen and star Cameron Monaghan took to the stage to discuss all things Jedi: Survivor before premiering the trailer, which has been captured using only live gameplay footage according to the team.

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In the trailer, we see Cal effectively waging war on the Empire across several planets, most notably the city world of Coruscant, a fan favourite and highly requested playable location. Amid waves of Stormtroopers and boss fights though, we also briefly glimpse Cal engaging in a speeder bike chase on a desert planet, during which he launches an enemy into an incoming TIE-Fighter, like the dramatic dude he is.

Take a look at the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Final Gameplay Trailer below:

While Respawn Entertainment is still playing the game’s story close to the chest, the trailer does at least give us a better look at some of the other cool features we can expect to play when the game releases later this month. Cal is seen fighting off foes with the aid of companion characters this time, something we chatted with the developers about during our recent hands-on preview of the game. Here we see Merrin and Cal using the Force together to take down an imposing foe but if you’re concerned about how these characters impact your downtime, be sure to check out our chat with the team.

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During the preview event, we were only given time with three of the five combat stances in the game but the trailer also shows off the cross-guard stance, a heavy attack approach that looks to change up the pace of the game considerably. Enemy variety also looks to be expanding as Cal’s adventures on Coruscant (possibly even in the Jedi Temple) pit him against recognisable droids from the Prequel Trilogy, like the shield-deploying Droidekas. Elsewhere, actor Cody Fern’s mysterious Lightsaber-wielding character and Cal clash once again and Cere delivers an ominous warning of the dark times to come.

If you’re interested in hearing more about the game’s development, and a rather lengthy chat about the customisable ponchos found in the game, you can head over to the official Star Wars YouTube page to watch the Celebration live stream.

You can also watch us discuss our hands-on preview of the game in our video podcast below:

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Survivor is coming to PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC on April 28th. The cheapest pre-order is $84 Standard Edition / $114 Deluxe Edition from Amazon with free delivery.