Looking for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor cheats on PS5, Xbox Series X & PC? Here we’ll list Star Wars Jedi: Survivor cheat codes and unlockables with tips for EA & Respawn’s new single-player action-adventure game sequel.
Here we will show you how to unlock all Star Wars Jedi: Survivor codes with a cheats list that’s valid for the PC, PS5 & Xbox Series X versions (where available).
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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Cheats List
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Unlockable DLC Items
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Pre-order Bonus
Pre-order Bonus Free Items for All Editions:
- The Obi-Wan Kenobi inspired “Jedi Survival” Cosmetic Pack includes:
- The “Hermit” Cosmetic – Don the wardrobe inspired by Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi
- The “Hermit” Lightsaber Set – Grip a familiar hilt reminiscent of Obi-Wan Kenobi’s lightsaber
- The “Combustion” Blaster Set – Equip a blaster worthy of someone on the run from Coruscant to the Outer Rim
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Special Edition Differences & Extras
Deluxe Edition Bonus Items:
Unlock exclusive cosmetic items inspired by Han Solo and Luke Skywalker, as seen in STAR WARS: A New Hope, with Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Deluxe Edition.
- The “Galactic Hero” Cosmetic Pack includes:
- “Scoundrel” Cosmetic
- “Rugged” BD-1 Cosmetic
- “DL-44” Blaster Set
- The “New Hero” Cosmetic Pack includes:
- “Rebel Hero” Cosmetic
- “BD-Astro” BD-1 Cosmetic
- “Rebel Hero” Lightsaber Set
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Infinite XP Cheat for Skill Points & Leveling Up Fast
This Star Wars Jedi Survivor XP cheat will show you where to farm XP infinitely to gain Skill Points, how to level up fast and quickly to get the best skills in the game as early as you want and unlock all skills easily. Plus some extra Jedi Survivor tips and tricks to get skill points.
Before going to the XP farming spot, buy one specific Perk that increases the rate at which you gain XP. After you find Zee in the story, go visit his store above your friend’s Cantina bar. Bring along 3 Datadiscs to pay for the Wisdom Perk from Zee. Once you equip it, the Wisdom Perk let’s you gain more experience from defeating enemies.
Now go farm XP on Koboh, from the Fort Kah’lin meditation point go to the nearby Fortress. There you should first kill the guards in the four towers above. Now on the central robot-filled area where you have the “Spawn of Oggdo” boss fight. Pull down the two big hammer soldiers above this area (one at a time) with Force Pull. Killing both will give you 1+ Skill Point on its own.
Keep going back to the meditation point below the fortress and reloading the area for more XP, Skill Points and a massive level up boost!
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor How To Unlock New Game Plus & Party Lightsaber
How to unlock New Game + / New Journey + Mode & get the Disco Party Lightsaber: Complete the game once on any difficulty level.
This and other secrets you won’t want to miss out on:
- 00:00 — New Game Plus Details
- 01:21 — Special Perks In New Game Plus
- 02:48 — New Ligthsaber Colours
- 03:40 — Missable Things At The Saloon
- 04:38 — Garden Activity
- 05:06 — Missable Activity
- 06:08 — Totally Do This Side Activity
- 07:04 — Scanning Enemies
- 07:27 — Special Minigame (Holotactics)
- 09:35 — Photo Mode Is Back & Improved
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Tips and Tricks
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor early game tips and tricks to get handy unlockables right as you get started on your adventure.
- 00:00 — Turn On These Settings
- 01:12 — Stim Canister Upgrade #1
- 02:12 — Stim Canister Upgrade #2
- 02:45 — Stim Canister Upgrade #3
- 03:34 — Special Lightsaber
- 04:23 — Stim Canister Upgrade #4
- 04:53 — How To Get XP Faster
- 06:39 — Easy Skill Points
- 07:21 — Amazing Early Outfits
- 07:52 — Secret Cosmetic (Bit Of Spoiler, Not Story Related)
These Secret Unlocks are a game changer in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.
- 00:00 — Highlight All The Chests In The Game
- 02:23 — Another Map Upgrade You Want To Get
- 03:36 — Secret Wall In Jedha For Big Upgrades
- 04:39 — Get This Amazing Perk
- 05:47 — Really Great Combination For New XP Farm
- 06:47 — Easy Perk Slots, Lightsaber & New Map Upgrade
What are the best Skills to get early on in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.
- 00:00 — Don’t Sleep On Confusion Skills
- 01:35 — Best Confusion Skill
- 02:05 — Reset Skills
- 02:22 — Everyone Should Unlock These Skills
- 02:50 — Force Skill That Is Amazing Later On
- 03:08 — Amazing XP Farm You Can Do Early
- 04:23 — Amazing Dual Wield Skills
- 04:56 — Amazing Dual Bladed Saber Skill
- 05:46 — One Of The Best Combat Skills
- 06:34 — Brand New Counter Attack
- 07:29 — Must Have Skill For Blaster Stance
Find out about the Combat Moves & Unlocks you are not (yet) using in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.
- 00:00 — Special Upgrades For Blaster Stance
- 03:09 — Get The Final Lightsaber Stance Early
- 03:56 — Don’t Forget About This Powerful Move
- 04:52 — Don’t Sleep On This Feature
- 05:27 — Another Thing You Should Do In Combat
- 06:19 — Smart Trick Against Many Enemies
- 07:06 — Another Move That Is Smart To Use
Battle stances ready
Lightsaber stances have been expanded in Jedi Survivor. There are five different stances available, three of which you’ll have access to from a very early point in the game: Single, Double-bladed, and Dual Wield. You can equip two stances at a time and swap between them in combat with a press of left or right on the D-pad. Let’s take a quick look at each of these starter stances.
Single: The classic Jedi wielding stance also happens to be the most balanced of the bunch, rewarding players who can time their strikes and parries. It’s perfect for those epic one-on-one duels, but it offers some ranged and crowd-downing attacks as well.
Going through the skill tree will open up a powerful penetrating lightsaber toss, a stagger-inducing jumping strike, and dash strikes that can knock down enemies on the ground or in the air.
Double-bladed: Are you in need of some crowd control? Then the double-bladed stance is what you’re looking for. Swinging the double-ended lightsaber around makes dealing with a crowd of enemies surrounding you much less of a hassle.
Throw the dual-ended saber in a wide boomerang arc to damage multiple enemies. Or if you’re facing a battalion of blaster fire, hold L1 to twirl the lightsaber in front of you as you move, automatically parrying all the bolts headed your way. There is also an ability later in the game where you won’t even need to hold L1 to perform this maneuver. Building this skill tree up will grant Cal a spinning lunge attack, a group-stunning aerial dive-bomb, and even a special controllable flying lightsaber attack that acts like a mini-helicopter of pain.
Dual Wield: This stance is for players who love fast-paced, all-out offense. Your defense and range ratings take a hit, but you can make up for it: you’ve still got a long-range lightsaber toss, and by holding down the triangle button, you can auto-parry quite a few incoming melee attacks–just not the really big ones.
Enhancing this stance’s skills will up the power of the parry and reward you for precise timing, as well as perform a quick backwards-dodge after a strike and split blaster shots into two damaging bolts when parried. At high skill levels, you’ll be able to toss multiple blades at separate enemies like a Jedi juggler.
Complementing your combat stances are Force skills, which use energy from the force meter. Cal’s telekinetic push and pull abilities aren’t just for manipulating the environment: you can use them to throw enemies around the field like ragdolls or group them closer together for easy picking-off. You can also use the Force to snatch away pesky shields and lob environmental objects–or even the enemy’s own weaponry–at attackers. Cal can also use Jedi mind tricks to temporarily confuse a foe into attacking their teammates. Also, Cal can briefly use Jedi concentration to slow down time and get a brief but oh-so-important advantage over an attacking foe.
Using Force skills wisely alongside your lightsaber stances can give you a definite edge in combat. Rather than running straight at that battle droid flailing your lightsaber around, why not sneak up behind them while their back is turned, drag them towards you, and do some big damage before they know what’s going on? Or, once you’ve improved your Force-manipulation skills, you can gently coerce a large, angry specimen of local wildlife to focus their rampage against a group of patrolling stormtroopers. Be wary, though, because some foes are more Force-resistant than others–but building skill power can help with that.
Having multiple lightsaber stances and Force skills at your command is awesome, but as you progress in the game, you can power up existing attack skills and learn new attacks for all of your stances. The skill tree system from Jedi: Fallen Order returns in Jedi Survivor, and it’s been expanded significantly, with each stance having its own separate skillset.
By spending skill points, you’ll unlock a full repertoire of attacks for each stance–but you’ll also have to balance upgrading lightsaber skills with survival and force skill trees. Don’t worry too much about making bad upgrade choices: if you’ve invested heavily in a stance that doesn’t click with you, you can always reset and spend all the points you’ve earned differently. (The first reset is free, further resets cost one skill point each.)
Skill points don’t come easily, though! It usually takes a while before you earn even one. Defeating foes is the easiest way to gain experience toward skill points. Since enemies respawn when you rest at meditation points, you can farm experience from reappearing high-value foes…slowly. However, you also gain a bit of experience for everything BD-1 scans on the field, certain activities, and every Force Echo you listen to while exploring. That EXP starts to add up after a while, so keep your eye out for things to examine.
Perks of the job
Another new addition to Jedi Survivor is Perks, equippable bonuses with various beneficial effects existing outside of the skill tree. Like with the skill tree, perks are viewable and equipped at meditation spots. You can have multiple perks equipped as long as you’ve got enough slots for them–and take note that the more effective perks take up multiple slots: for example, a simple perk like Flux that gradually regenerates Force is one slot, while Versatility, a perk that gives you a damage boost after a stance switch, takes three. You’ll be able to buy, find, and earn perks on your adventure (as well as obtain more slots). Always try to find and use perks that benefit your playstyle or help shore up weaknesses.
Customize your lightsaber
Who says the Jedi can’t be stylish? Cal can find and buy plenty of cosmetic items throughout his journey–including a wide array of custom lightsaber parts. While these parts don’t affect or enhance your abilities, you can’t deny that they look positively rad.
To change the parts and colors on your lightsaber (and on BD-1, too), you’ll need to find a workbench. These are scattered around the world, but you’ll first encounter one on Cal’s ship. From here, you can swap numerous lightsaber parts in and out. By obtaining certain color palettes, you can give your lightsaber a fresh coat of paint and even specify how much weathering you want it to have. Like that well-worn look, or maybe you prefer a shiny chrome saber? It’s all up to you.
Disclaimer: These are all Star Wars Jedi: Survivor cheats on Xbox Series X, PS5 & PC found so far. Sadly in modern games cheat codes are often replaced with DLC codes, in which case the best we can do is provide secret unlockables, as well as the handy Star Wars Jedi: Survivor guides listed above to help you with tips and tricks for the game!
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