Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips and Combat Guides

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is the follow-up to a massively popular and good game. The game is now available, and gamers are going to love it. Consequently, Jedi Survivor contains a lot of new and returning elements that are simple to miss unless they're necessarily remembered even if you're an experienced Jedi Knight. You might think that you know everything that you need to know about it but that's not the case. Therefore, to assist you in avoiding these common Padawan problems, we are going to guide you with the old Jedi teachings.

Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips
Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips 

How to slice security droids in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Some of the most annoying enemies in the game are the security droids. Sometimes these guys can be painful to fight, especially when they come in groups. The game gives you the ability to have them fight for you and then the BD-1 can slice them when they're low on health. But you don't get this handy power at the start of the game. There's actually a trick to get it early in the game. You just have to find the terminal that unlocks Slice: Security Droids checkpoint which leads to the imperial base on the mountains of Koboh, in the area called Mountain Ascent. The whole area is locked down, protected by a giant green security laser thing. So when you come up there, you might think there's nothing you can do. It's just a locked door. But it's not like that. 

Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips
Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips 

You can approach the two stormtrooper guards behind the main gate, and talk to them and actually trick them into opening the front gate with a Jedi mind trick. It only opens up the first layer of defense. There's another laser wall just a few meters ahead. The terminal to learn the slicing ability is right there. You just have to go to this place as early as the very start of the game when you first get to Rambler's Reach and you can unlock the ability.

How to get the Shatter Perk in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

When you reach the settlement of Ramblers' Reach, there's a prospector that's going to tell you there's a rumor about missing minors. Most part of it is simple. There’s a cave that mostly has weak enemies and a powerful perk which is one of the best in the game. It's the Shatter perk, which makes you much more effective at breaking an enemy's guard. There are a lot of annoying enemies who love to guard, so being able to break them faster is very useful. There are a lot of other perks that you're going to get after defeating legendary monsters and completing Jedi chambers, but this one is one of the best. The problem with this perk is a rancor, that's guarding it, which isn't just gonna let you walk away without a fight. It is a really tough enemy that you encounter and fights to obtain the Shatter perk.

How to kill the rancor in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips
Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips 

The Rancor is a very difficult enemy to take down compared to everyone else you've encountered up until this point. Now, the two most important things to know are to never try to block or defect the rancor’s attack, it's not effective. At this point in the game, you're gonna have two stims and it only takes two hits from the rancor to kill you. So if you wanna survive, you're gonna need to act very carefully. Only attack whenever there's an opening and then get away as fast as you can. Two attacks leave the rancor open to damage. The one where he slams the ground with his fist twice and the red attack where he tries to grab you. The grab attack is very dangerous. It's an instant kill every time. But if you dodge it, you can get about three or four free hits. You can also jump in this game, so every time it attacks you can use it too. If you see some black smoke coming at you just jump like there's no other thing to do. If you manage to get the rancor down to about 20% health you can finish it off with a killing blow. It's not easy, but it's very worth it.

How to get free perk slot in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

In Jedi: Survivor you start out with just three perk slots. There are a few ways to increase that number and use more. One of the first things you can do is trade 10 data discs to Vee at Rambler's Ranch. But that is an expensive and time-consuming position. Also, data discs are tough to find. So now for the easy perk slot upgrade, the best place to go is a town called Harvest Ridge. As soon as you get there, you can unlock the ability to ride an echo, which unlocks after you activate the forest array. The area's basically a mini-dungeon. Most of the puzzles are solved by using an echo to reach higher places. It's not too tricky, but the reward for finishing is well worth the effort. Perk slots are by far the rarest upgrades you can get in this game. And if you want a relatively easy one, check this out

How to get skills fast in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Jedi: Survivor has a lot more skills compared to the first game. there are a few skills that really stand out and you would want to unlock them as soon as possible. One of my favorite skills from the first game, dash strike, is back here and it's just as good. It's a great skill to attack a free hit while approaching an enemy and the aerial dash strike is similarly fantastic for dealing with flying enemies. You're gonna be relying on force powers a lot in this game. So anything that makes you regenerate force energy faster is gonna be extremely helpful. The skill channeled energy, is very good for that purpose. It makes you regain more force for killing enemies and you get more force for attacking and blocking enemies. Another skill that's just a straight upgrade that's worth getting is unrelenting pull, with which you can force pull large and force-resistant enemies, which is really handy for certain tough encounters. There is also the double orbit. This is an upgraded version of the double-sided lightsaber's regular force move. If you try any of this stuff out and don't like it, at least you can always reset it at any time for free, which is also really nice.

How to Catch Scavenger Droids in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips
Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips 

Upon reaching Kobo, you'll begin to encounter these red scavenger droids that hoard valuable materials. They tend to hold the currency of the given planet that you're on, like priorite shards for Kobo. They'll hide if you try to use force on them, and they run faster than a mouse droid. They're kind of like the crystal lizards from Dark Souls. The important thing is that they drop a valuable resource, priorite shards. If you wanna buy anything from Doma's shop or you want a hundred percent completion, you need this stuff. There are plenty of them lying around, but the scavenger bots are the most annoying ones to get unless you do a simple trick. So the thing about these bots is they don't start running away until you're pretty close to them. So if you want to kill 'em, slowly approach 'em until they start flailing around, and then immediately throw the lightsaber at it. The thing is you can't just throw the lightsaber the second you see 'em, because it'll probably not work. It's kind of hard to tell how far your throw actually goes. So it's important to get as close as possible, then throw, otherwise, the thing will run and the only way to catch it is to go all the way back to a meditation point and reset the enemy spawns. So just slowly approach when you see 'em. The second they start moving, throw and then you'll never have to worry about chasing these annoying things down. Their loot isn't automatically received, so make sure to pick up whatever they drop for you.

How to get the mysterious key code in Doma's shop in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips
Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips 

You might think that Doma's shop doesn't have anything essential. There are Mostly cosmetic stuff and Music tracks that you can unlock. But there's one thing that you definitely should buy. It's a thing called the mysterious key code and it costs 10 priorite. Priorite can be a pain to find, but in this case, it's very worth it. The door this key code unlocks leads to a room in the shop with just one thing, a chest containing a stim upgrade. It's one of the first stim upgrades you get if you're thorough. The actual first stim upgrade is on Coruscant guarded by a security droid. If you haven't started the game you should really check this once.

How to dodge precisely in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

In the first game, dodging wasn't very effective, but in Jedi: Survivor you'll probably use it more. There's a standard dodge that you know how it works, and then there's a precision dodge, which is basically a perfect dodge. There's a completely different version of the dodge that triggers if you hit the button at just the time that an enemy's about to hit you. If you get it just right, instead of Cal dodging backward, or left and right, he'll stay in place and avoid all damage, making it much easier to continue attacking the enemy. The timing is extremely important, especially on harder difficulties, but it's a skill that's way helpful against certain enemies, especially ones that have red unblockable attacks. You might go through the entire game without realizing that you can do this, but it's here and it's great, especially for people who wanna master the combat system.

How to kill the spawn of Oggdo in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips
Star Wars Jedi Survivor Tips 

The annoying frog mini boss’s spawn from Jedi: Fallen Order is back for revenge. You can find it in the Fort Kah'Lin area after falling into a trap door. The priorite looks really enticing, but this is one of the traps you don't wanna fall into. Because this frog is ridiculous. It makes the rancor look like a total pushover. He's crazy aggressive. He can kill you really fast and his charge attack is almost impossible to dodge. One of the hardest things about this boss is avoiding it. That charge attack is impossible to avoid. The trick here is to jump. That's really the only effective way to avoid taking damage and even then, not guaranteed. This is one of the encounters which might ask to turn down the difficulty. It's not just absurdly hard, it makes you feel like a chump.


Well, these were a few important things that you might need to improve your gameplay. At last, Jedi: Survivor gives you a lot of difficulty options when you start the game. Well for players who are comfortable playing action games, the best difficulty is the Jedi Master. It makes enemies tougher and deflect timing a little tighter. This game gives you a lot of tools for combat. And on Jedi Master difficulty, you really have to use all of them if you want to do well. The thing is, there's still a lot of margin for error, here. But, if it's too hard for you or if it's annoying, you can turn down the difficulty whenever you want. Keep Playing.!!


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