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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – Secrets and Easter Eggs

This is the way — to find some of the best secrets in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.




A Star Wars movie wouldn’t be the same without some secrets and easter eggs, and the same goes with Star Wars games. Here are some of the coolest secrets and easter eggs that most people won’t find in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

Special thanks to TG5 on YouTube.

Secrets And Easter Eggs In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

It doesn’t matter if you’re a hardcore Star Wars fan or a filthy casual, this list of easter eggs and secrets is guaranteed to impress.

Big Surprise In The Deep Cave

During your travels in Kobah, you’ll eventually find yourself in this cave:

Just another normal cave, right? Nope. Go all the way to the back, and you’ll find an invisible wall. Press against it to squeeze through to the next area.

Now, these little shortcuts usually take a few seconds to squeeze through, but this hidden space will take you five minutes to get all the way to the end.

When you finally get to the end, you’ll find two droids drawing something.

If you walk over to the other side, you’ll see what the droids are drawing. This fine specimen.

Cal’s Hilarious Hairstyle

Here’s an easter egg if you’re looking for a couple of laughs.

In the tarpits of Koboh, first, climb across this pipe, then jump on the platform below.

Jump toward the climbable wall in front of you, then make your way to the top of the cliff. At the top, you’ll find a lone chest, ready to be opened.

Crack that chest open to find the Mullet accessory. Slap that bad boy on and head to the nearest trailer park.

The Hidden Rancor

Hidden in the mine shafts of Koboh is one of the more famous monsters from the original Star Wars films. To find it, head into this shaft:

Make your way through the mine shaft and drop down into this ravine:

This hidden pit is actually the home of a Rancor!

That’s not the only easter egg in this pit, either. You can use the force to pick up and toss the giant bones lying around right into the Rancor’s maw. Just like the movie!

If you manage to defeat the Rancor, you’ll unlock the Shatter perk.

Han Solo’s Outfit

This easter egg is only available for those who picked up the deluxe version of the game, but for those who did, you get to wear a pretty cool Star Wars reference.

If you bought the deluxe version of the game, you get to wear the Scoundrel outfit:

To figure out who this outfit references, check out the description: “Preferred by stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf-herders.”

Han Solo himself.

You Can High-five BB1

Did you know that you could quickly check on your robot pal BB1 at any time?

That’s right. Instead of tapping down on the D-pad to open up the visor, try holding it down. Cal will then ask if BB1 is okay and give him a quick high-five.

The Party Saber

With all the different lightsabers in the game, it’s tough to pick a favorite. One of the coolest ones, for sure, is the party saber.

You can unlock this saber by beating the game. You’ll be able to wield this saber in the new game plus mode

The coolest part about this weapon is that the color of the “blade” will change every time you swing.

No More Spiders

Are you freaked out by all the giant spiders crawling around in this game? You’re not the only one.

If you’re tired of getting squashed by these eight-legged freaks, you can go into the accessibility options and turn on Arachnophobia Safe Mode.

With this mode on, you won’t have to worry about these creepy crawlers trying to swallow your head. 

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