Star Wars Jedi Survivor is finally respectful of our time and removes a major point of criticism from Part 1
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has unfortunately been postponed, but there is also very good news: you can look forward to the fact that there will be a significant improvement compared to the first part. You can finally use a fast travel function in the sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. But that’s not all, it gets even better!
Jedi: Survivor finally features fast travel and mounts
That’s what it’s about: There was no fast travel in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. According to the developers, there was a good reason for this, but many fans misunderstood. The plan was to focus more on exploring the game world. Although that worked, it also caused some players to become tired and some of them were very annoyed.
The sequel does it differently: Your wishes and prayers have been answered. In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor there are two ways to move faster through the game world than in the predecessor. Developer studio Respawn is already revealing that you can not only swing on the back of mounts in the sequel, but also use a fast travel function.
“We will offer both fast travel functionality and rideable creatures to help players get from point A to point B and back to point A quickly.”
How do they work? There are also one or two smaller, but unsurprising details: The fast travel function should take you from one point to another, directly. The mounts instead give you the opportunity to explore the areas between these points, but faster.
If you’re wondering what Star Wars Jedi: Survivor looks like, here you go:
New release date: Originally, it wasn’t supposed to be long before we could play Star Wars Jedi: Survivor ourselves. But the release date has now been pushed back six weeks from March. So the new Star Wars game won’t be released until April.
How do you feel about fast travel features? Are you happy or could you have done without it?