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EA has warned about spoilers floating around online for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, ahead of the game’s launch later this week on April 28. The game has seemingly broken street date in some places, with at least two instances of players having and sharing content from the game online.

A now-deleted Twitter account started posting details about the game yesterday, having seemingly completed it, along with screenshots and general thoughts about how it goes. While the Twitter account is no longer available, those details have spread like wildfire over the internet.

In a statement on the official EA Star Wars Twitter account, the company asked people to avoid posting spoilers, asking those who have access to the game to “be mindful of others” when posting about it.

Pete Stewart, a senior writer at Jedi: Survivor developer Respawn Entertainment, also chimed in, asking Twitter denizens not to spoil the game.

“Please, friends, don’t spoil the game,” Stewart tweeted, “We all worked very hard to create something that hopefully surprises and delights you all. I know a lot of people will be upset to see spoilers before they get to play, and for us it’s REALLY disheartening to see as well. Be kind, y’all.”

Andy McNamara, who’s the global director of integrated communications for Star Wars at EA, also asked players to “be respectful of the experience for others.”

Excited players might want to avoid Twitter and Reddit if they want to stay safe and keep spoilers out of their sight. We’ve also seen at least one TikTok with some light spoilers, which is a little bit frustrating since you’re less able to filter out potential spoilers there. You’re also unable to filter out Angry Birds playing Smash or Pass on Tiktok, but that’s just the world we live in.

If you just can’t wait for more Star Wars gaming goodness, you might want to check out our Star Wars Jedi: Survivor preview. You can also take a look at the final trailer for the game, which is fairly light on spoilers, but might give away a touch more than some people might want.

And of course, if you’re picking it up this Friday, make sure you’ve got the storage space for it, since it’ll take up a whopping 150GB no matter which platform you play it on. You’ll also need to download some extra data even if you buy physical.