In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, if Cal Kestis picks the right perk, it will help him outsmart his enemies in fight even more. Here are the best battle bonuses to get.
Combat in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor can be easy or hard, based on what the player is doing as Jedi Cal Kestis and what they are up against. Even though there are many things that players can change to help them in combat, like skill points and lightsaber stances, one of the best ways to increase their edge is to equip the best combat perks.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has a lot of perks, but only a few of them have to do with fighting. In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, these combat-related bonuses will help Cal fight back even harder against the many different enemies the Jedi will face.
In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Force Confusion is a controversial way to fight, but the Force power is still pretty strong in some scenarios. In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Perplexity is a perk that can be used to boost the power of Confusion.
If Cal equips Perplexity, which takes up two perk spots, enemies who are affected by Confusion will do more damage to other enemies when they attack them. This can make Confusion a much better way for players to control large groups of people.
Shatter is a great perk, especially for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor players who tend to play more actively. Players will have to find and beat the legendary Rancour on Koboh in order to get Shatter back. If a person wants to use the Shatter perk, it will take up two perk slots.
When this is worn, players will be able to do a lot more damage to their enemies’ block metres, which will make it easier for Cal to break through their defences. This can make it much faster to kill enemies.
Resilience is one of the best combat perks that players can wear. It is one of the first perks that players get when they go through Koboh. Resilience also only takes up one perk spot, so it goes well with a lot of other perks.
When Cal equips the Resilience perk, his block metre will get stronger. This means that the Jedi can block more hits with his lightsaber. This helps a lot when Cal is being shot at from a distance by a lot of people.
Equilibrium is one of the best and easy benefits to get in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. All they have to do is go to Zed and pay 5 Datadisks for the Equilibrium perk. Equilibrium takes up 3 perk places, which is a lot, but it’s a great perk and well worth it.
That’s because if a player has Equilibrium equipped, their next sword attack will be stronger if they use a Force attack. This can make it easier to put together combos that use both the Force and Cal’s blade and do more damage.
Fortitude is one of the best bonuses for players who like to fight with lightsabers. For the Fortitude perk to be equipped, players will need 4 perk spots. Once equipped, all of Cal’s lightsabers will deal more damage, making it easier for the Jedi to kill enemies.
The only bad thing about this perk is that all of Cal’s power will also go up, which could make it easier for enemies to kill the Jedi. But pros won’t have any trouble avoiding charges from the enemy.
Some enemies make it easy for the player to lose. That’s why it’s important for players to give themselves some space so they can heal. Centred is a perk that will give Cal more healing choices.
When Centred is equipped in two perk spots, enemies in a small area around Cal will be stunned whenever Cal uses a healing stim. Not only that, but Cal can take 1 hit while he is healing.
Now that Cal can use five different lightsaber techniques in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, players have a lot more control over how they fight. Players can wear two different lightsaber stances and switch between them quickly whenever they want.
Versatility is a good thing that comes from being able to switch positions. When Versatility is equipped in three perk slots, it makes the damage of your lightsaber briefly go up when you switch between stances.
One of the most fun ways to kill enemies in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is to throw lightsabers at them. With the Dual-Wield stance, Cal can throw two lightsabers at once. A thrown lightsaber does a good amount of damage, but not enough for it to be called the best attack in Drive Mad game.
When players finish the Chamber of Reason, they can get a perk called “Dexterity.” When this is attached to Cal, thrown lightsabers will do a lot more damage. The player will need 2 perk slots to add the perk.
In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, parrying is a very important part of combat, so players will want any edge they can get when it comes to the way combat works. With the combat-related perk Precision, players will be able to do much more damage to the enemy’s block meter/stamina when parrying, but their parry window will be smaller.
Since players block a lot, they should be able to handle smaller parry windows and find it easier to get past an enemy’s guard. Precision will need two perk spots to be used.
The Blaster stance is one of the most common ones used by players in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. In that case, players using the Blaster stance will want to max out their Blaster skill tree and add any Blaster-related perks that can help them in battle.
Marksmanship is the best Blaster stance perk that can give Cal an advantage with his own blaster. When equipped on three perk slots, Cal’s blaster damage is raised by a fair amount. This can be a big help against enemies that aren’t close to Cal.
You can now play Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.