Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Has Unique Feature for Players Who Wander

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Has Unique Feature for Players Who Wander

A Star Wars Jedi: Survivor player discovered an interesting message when wandering outside of the predefined path for Cal Kestis’ adventures, hinting at some hidden features included within Respawn Entertainment’s action-adventure game. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor features an open world for players to discover, and it seems that Respawn Entertainment thought about those who would like to go where they shouldn’t.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was released on April 28, continuing the story of Cal Kestis that began in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. This sequel takes place five years after the events of the original game, where Jedi Padawan Kestis had to escape from the Imperial Inquisitors to rebuild the fallen Jedi Order. In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Kestis is now a Jedi Knight who continues to battle against the Galactic Empire to protect the legacy of the Jedi Order against the threats of this powerful enemy.


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During a streaming session of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Joseph Anderson encountered an unexpected message from the developers of the game. As the streamer jumped over a cliff that players weren’t meant to cross to access a new area faster, a message appeared in-game to warn that since he bypassed certain story elements he may encounter issues going forward. The message then offered to either load a previous save to restore the state of the game prior to this unexpected jump or proceed anyway to the risk of playing Star Wars Jedi: Survivor in a broken state.

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Neither Joseph Anderson nor his viewers were expecting such as message when the streamer tried to take a shortcut by performing a well-timed double-jump over a cliff. This unexpected message means that while Respawn Entertainment has probably foreseen that some players would try to speedrun Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and access areas before they are supposed to, the studio decided to let them continue at their own risk instead of preventing them from doing so by placing invisible walls or kill planes that cause the character to die if they reach a restricted area.

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While this specific message is not a bug but rather an acknowledgment of players not acting as the developers expected, the launch of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was hindered by the reports of many flaws in this new action-adventure game. Players complained about various game-breaking bugs in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, preventing them from enjoying the adventures of Cal Kestis and his friends. The fourth patch for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will address various performance issues and bugs to let players discover this new story without hiccups.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is available now for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.

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