After a flowery introduction on Corcuscant Star Wars Jedi: Survivor It transports you to Kuboh, a large desert-like planet filled with side quests, collectibles, and even a fully upgradeable saloon, with a rooftop garden, bathroom, and a large fish tank. It’s easy to spend hours and hours on this planet, wandering into every nook and cranny. But don’t! Alternatively, explore the rest of the galaxy as well.
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released late last month, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor It is the follow up to the successful Respawn and EA Action-Adventure game from 2019, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Like in that game, you play as Cal Kestis, a young Jedi survivor of the Purge who is on the run from the Empire along with his scattered group of friends. This time, there is a lot to do and see Cale survivor much larger than fallen regime. However, you may not realize that if you get stuck, explore every inch of it Kuboh.
See, I see. In fact, I am writing this because I have fallen into the same trap that I expect many other gamers will have (or will). Koboh is the first time you really unlock the game, allowing you to explore as slowly as you like. And much of Koboh is open to the player from the start. So it doesn’t surprise me that I spent many hours there. I’m the kind of person who likes to rip off a site clear of any side quests, collectibles, and missions before leaving. This resulted in many hours spent exploring Koboh and all it has to offer. that a lot.
However, I eventually felt a sense of exhaustion. And at this point I knew I wouldstuck in the outbackAndAka I spent way too much time in a big opening area and forgot to, you know, explore the rest of the game. A similar problem happened to several players in Inquisition in Dragon AgeOpening area, outback, and for some, game ruined. This really happened to me! That’s why, after a very long time, I realized I was doing this again in Respawn’s latest release star Wars venture. As a result I forced myself to evacuate the planet.
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When I finally left, after hours spent in Kopoheng, I ended up at Jedha, which it still is last A desert-like planet. Because I spent a lot of time in Koboh, That made Jedha less interesting to visit.
Now, I’m a few hours past all of this and I’ve seen more of what happened My grandfather: the survivorOn the galaxy to be presented, aAnd I’m happy to report that the rest of the game is just as good or better than Kuboh’s. So take a break from collecting every bright object dotted around this proto-axial world and watch the rest of the universe. And save yourself from a possible situation of “desert planet fatigue”.
I know it’s hard for some of you, like me, to let go of a place that still has places to visit and things to collect. But believe me, I’ve been back to Koboh many times. And you should! Returning to Koboh to see how the salon has changed, planting some new seeds, and discovering new areas that you can access with newly unlocked abilities is a big part of the game. survivorplay loop. Just don’t get stuck in there trying to check off everything on the planet’s massive list of things to do and see. There will be time. You will be back.
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