Survivor makes a big fan wish come true gameandnews

With Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, EA has succeeded in developing a really good game from a galaxy far, far away. Now the successor is just around the corner. A new gameplay video for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor now reveals that the developers have taken a lot of fan criticism to heart.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor really packs a punch

Released in 2019, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is without a doubt one of the best games for all gamers who have always wanted to wield a lightsaber. However, there was one back then huge complaint of fans: Cal Kestis can’t cut stormtroopers in two.

However, a new gameplay preview on the IGN YouTube channel now reveals that the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is here not so squeamish anymore will be. During the introduction of the dual lightsaber, one of the attacking Scout Troopers unceremoniously loses his leg.

Check out the video from IGN here. The described scene starts at minute 4:12:

Respawn Entertainment listens to fan feedback

The gameplay video shows many more lightsaber fights. The new forms are also used, in which Cal either has two swords or one heavy laser two-hander handled. However, there are no further lost limbs here.

Instead, there are several examples where Cal lands clear hits, but only glowing lines are left on the trooper’s body. Presumably, the new feature will only on certain death animations used. The same applied to droids and monsters in the predecessor and can also be seen again in the new gameplay video.

Respawn Entertainment seems to be looking forward to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Feedback from fans listen. The developers have now also confirmed that Cal’s new adventure will finally have a fast travel function. The tiresome running back to the ship seems to be a thing of the past.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was originally scheduled for release on March 17th, but was recently pushed to the April 28, 2023 delay.

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