Star Wars Jedi: Survivor player accidentally finds arguably the coolest finisher in the entire game
You can pull off some really cool numbers in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. This includes not only Cal Kestis’ movements and different fighting styles, but also special finisher animations. But one of them stands out (!), as a fan discovered – apparently by chance and it remains unclear whether it is a special execution. But that doesn’t diminish the effect.
This Star Wars Jedi Survivor finisher is extremely stylish, but it’s probably just a coincidence
That’s what it’s about: Fallen Order sequel Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is here. If you’ve installed the latest patches and aren’t having trouble with some remaining technical issues, you’re probably enjoying yourself.
Read our GamePro review of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor here and watch a gameplay trailer here:
Stylish finisher animations: As in its predecessor, Survivor focuses on the fights. With a bit of skill you can finish them with grandiose finishers. Not only does this look cool, it also feels extremely satisfying when the Force is with you.
But there is more: Redditor SVigilante is amazed when he sees a very special finisher animation. Here the more or less normal standard execution is combined with a huge mine cannon. She shoots an even larger laser beam, which quickly disintegrates the Bedlam Raider.
This is what it looks like:
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intention or coincidence? The Star Wars Jedi: Survivor player isn’t entirely sure if that’s intentional or just coincidence (and we don’t know either): is this a special, extra-so-staged environment finisher, or was it here just randomly combining the mining beam with a normal execution animation?
Fans celebrate the action: Either way, it is clear that everything is just right here and the result is really impressive. Accordingly, the reactions of the many commentators on Reddit are enthusiastic and impressed. Apparently there is even an achievement or a trophy for pushing an opponent into the beam and he is disintegrated.
Have you also seen similar finishers in combination with the environment?