Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Drops To Lowest Price Yet In Early Black Friday Sale

Now's your chance to get Star Wars Jedi: Survivor for PS5 or Xbox Series X for 50% off.


Target has kicked off its early Black Friday sale, and one of the retailer's best deals is on Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. The 2023 sequel to Fallen Order is available for only $35 at Target, which beats the price we saw earlier this month for Prime Day Round 2. This offer is up for grabs on physical editions for both PS5 and Xbox Series X. Amazon was matching this offer but has since sold out. However, PC players can grab a Steam key from Amazon for $45.49, which is also the lowest price we can recall for the PC version of Survivor.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Black Friday deal

Like Fallen Order, Survivor is essentially a Star Wars metroidvania played in a third-person perspective. It improves on the original game with several thoughtful upgrades. Kestis has new abilities that make him feel like a true Jedi Knight, and he stars in a sweeping tale that unfolds across the war-torn galaxy.

"Exhilarating lightsaber combat and physics-defying platforming puzzle challenges remain the best part of Respawn's latest Star Wars game, but Survivor also makes big swings with its story this time around," Jordan Ramée wrote in GameSpot's Star Wars Jedi: Survivor review. "Cal's quest takes him to new corners of the galaxy, but the most compelling journey he makes is an introspective one. Survivor is a very well-written tale about overcoming fear, and it's the Jedi story I've wanted for a long time."

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