Explore All Planet and Locations in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

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In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you can explore six major locations across four planets and a space station. Here’s all you need to know about each of the plants and their locations in the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

The opening location in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is the bustling city planet Coruscant. It’s one of the most iconic locations in the series, but it’s also a dangerous place for Cal Kestis to navigate.

Explore All Six Planetary Locations in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

1- Coruscant

In the final story trailer for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, we got a glimpse of Cal Kestis returning to Coruscant, his home planet before the Jedi were killed off at the end of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. We know that this is one of the explorable planets in the upcoming game, but we also don’t know whether it’ll be an open-world environment or not.

As we mentioned in our Jedi: Fallen Order guide, all six planetary locations in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor unlock automatically as players progress through the main story. However, to access them again later on, you’ll need to repair your Mantis.

2- Shattered Moon Of Koboh

The Shattered Moon Of Koboh is an exciting new location to visit in Star Wars Jedi Survivor. It features a range of enemies, including battle droids and Bedlam Raiders. It also has a lot of environmental puzzles and live wires exposing the electrical systems of the shattered space station.

3- Tanalorr

One of the best things about Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is that each planet presents its own unique vistas, creatures, and secrets to explore. That’s also true of Tanalorr, a mysterious out-of-this-world world that’s full of alien sights and awe-inspiring effects.

Toa has picked up info about a High Republic meditation chamber hiding in the foothills of the mountain, and she wants you to investigate. Start at the Grand Courtyard Meditation Point, then jump down and go behind the waterfall.

There are a few ways to get into the Chamber of Detachment, but one is to use a Relter on the ledge to the right of the waterfall. Once you’re there, glide the Relter towards the shack that’s in the downstairs section of the area and use Pull to open the trapdoor.

4- Koboh

Koboh is a new planet that Cal and Fallen Order’s BD-1 crash-lands on early in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. It’s a rocky world of rugged hills, sparse trees, and ruins.

The planet is a good place to start exploring, and it’s home to many secrets that can be found around every corner. But if you veer off the main path, you may end up in a room where an NPC berates you from behind a sealed door – that’s where you need to go to unlock Vashtan Wolfe.

The planet is full of collectibles and perks, including the new Confusion perk Essence Crystal. You can bring Zee data disks from across the Koboh system, and they’ll decrypt them for you. This way, you’ll unlock seven perks and get a bonus maximum health Essence Crystal.

5- Jedha

Jedha, the first planet Cal and Merrin visit in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, is a harsh, desert world full of dangers. A place where few lifeforms have survived the sandstorms and ruthless creatures.

It’s a place where the Empire hides their operations, but it also has something of a history worth exploring, with a large chunk of space rock hollowed out by the Empire for their massive base.

If you’re looking to get more out of your time on the planet, there’s a puzzle you can find in The Crypt of Uhrma that can unlock a special area of the planet for Cal and Merrin to explore. It requires the player to pull panels in the correct order. It can be a bit of a pain, but it’s well worth the effort.

6- Nova Green

Visiting new planets in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is one of the series’ most rewarding elements. Similar to its predecessor, Fallen Order, Survivor offers up a number of diverse locations for Cal Kestis and the Mantis crew to explore.

Nova Green is an innocuous chunk of space rock on the surface, but this location in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is much more than meets the eye. It boasts expansive loading docks for dozens of Imperial ships, plus housing facilities for the occupants.

As with the other planetary locations, this planet also serves as an important part of the game’s story. Players must explore the planet to uncover its secrets.