Star Wars Jedi: Survivor just launched last Friday, and if you didn’t pick it up over the weekend, you’re going to be rewarded for your patience. Amazon is already offering a discount on Star Wars Jedi: Survivor for both PS5 and Xbox Series X. Thanks to a coupon on the listing–simply click the checkbox to apply it–you can save $10 on your order. And since Jedi: Survivor is eligible for Prime shipping, you could be playing as early as tomorrow.
Amazon’s discount applies to the standard edition for Xbox Series X and PS5 as well as the Deluxe edition for Xbox Series X. The deal drops the price of the standard edition to $60 and the Deluxe edition to $80. Unfortunately, the Deluxe edition for PS5 is not included in the promotion.
Unsurprisingly, this is the first discount we’ve seen on Jedi: Survivor physical editions for PS5 and Xbox Series X. Prior to launch, Newegg had digital editions for Xbox for $10 off, but PlayStation users haven’t been able to take advantage of any outright price cuts due to the fact that digital PlayStation games can only be purchased directly from the PlayStation Store.
Since this is an Amazon deal, there’s really no way of knowing when the discount will expire, but Amazon coupon boxes tend to disappear rather quickly. We wouldn’t be surprised to see Amazon run out of stock for both platforms before the deal ends. Though it’s possible we’ll see similar deals later this week for Star Wars Day, it’s unlikely that Jedi: Survivor will be discounted more than $10 off for at least a few weeks.
If Amazon’s deal sells out, your next best option is to grab the game at Target. All purchases of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor for both PS5 and Xbox Series X come with a free $10 Target gift card this week. It’s worth noting that the Deluxe edition for PS5 is eligible for this deal.
The latest Star Wars game earned an 8/10 in our Star Wars Jedi: Survivor review. “Survivor builds on Fallen Order in several meaningful ways, tightening up the combat mechanics, expanding the variety of lightsaber styles, alleviating the frustration of platforming and puzzles, and digging into less-mainstream Star Wars lore to tell a fantastic story about a Jedi trying to defeat a tyrannical evil at all costs and coming to the realization that you can’t just fight for good–you have to fight for good in the right way,” critic Jordan Ramée wrote. “It’s a superb Star Wars game that gets into the nitty-gritty of the struggle of what it takes for a Jedi Knight to begin the journey toward the rank of Master.”
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