Spoiler alert - the story of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has already leaked online.
Ahead of its release on Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on April 28, some gamers got their hands on the game a lot earlier than everyone else. As a result, confidential information about the upcoming sequel is now on the internet. Unless you've found a way to use the Force to alter your memories and make yourself forget certain things, you might want to avoid your usual social media channels and gaming forums.
As unfortunate as this might sound, this isn't the first time that a AAA game has leaked online before its official launch.
Late last year, early copies of God of War: Ragnarok threatened to impact the sales of the award-winning title. Although the leak didn't really hurt the hype surrounding the game, it's still a situation that the gaming industry frowns upon.
On the bright side, the anticipation for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor remains as high as ever. Fans are hoping for the sequel to feature a more expansive open world with better lightsaber options for the protagonist, Cal Kestis. The trailers have already done plenty to sell the game to Star Wars fans, especially after teasing the return of the Inquisitors and hinting at potential cameos from other more well-known Star Wars characters. But, if you're still not sold on the game yet, you can wait for the review embargo to lift on April 26 to make your decision about whether or not the sequel to the best Star Wars game is worth buying.
Speaking of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you'll want to spend the next couple of days clearing your backlog or making space on your preferred gaming platform.
As one of the first current-gen-only games on the market, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is massive in terms of file size, requiring much more storage than expected.