Respawn Entertainment is introducing two traversal elements to Star Wars Jedi Survivor. It is to aid players in better exploring its universe because the game is anticipated to be larger in size than Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order. According to recent information, the upcoming Star Wars game will have both fast travel and rideable mounts so that players may get from point A to point B swiftly and return to explore. With these two options, players should find it simpler to choose how much time they want to devote to exploration vs other game features.
Star Wars Jedi Survivor is coming with traversal features
According to GamesRadar, a future issue of Play Magazine that featured remarks from Stig Asmussen, the game’s director, confirmed the new Star Wars Jedi Survivor traversal features. These traversal elements, according to Asmussen, will provide players the ability to “negotiate between points.” Asmussen said, “We will feature both fast travel and rideable creatures to help players quickly get from point A to B. Also, back to A. The fast-travel is point to point, and the rideable creatures offer a way to quickly negotiate between points and explore what is in between.”
This is not the first time that Cal Kestis has acquired new modes of transportation. Asmussen hinted at the usage of Cal’s new skills to move around in a similar manner in a December interview with Game Informer. Asmussen also said, “It’s much of a wider Metroidvania approach. Cal can cross huge gaps by chaining several types of skills together. But it’s also about how we approach these mounts and how they’re used to negotiate and dominate the world.”
Given the delay in the game, Star Wars fans will now have to wait a little longer. After that, they can test out these new traversal features. Recently, it was revealed by Electronic Arts and Respawn that the game would instead debut six weeks later. It will debut on April 28, rather than on its original release date next month. Besides the new Star Wars Jedi Survivor traversal features, we have more articles on our website.