Star Wars Jedi: Survivor: What Progress Carries Over From Jedi: Fallen Order?

With most games these days, starting a new journey means starting over from scratch. Though, in the past, many sequels to beloved video games allowed players the chance to carry over progress from the previous title. This included things such as powers and items you’ve unlocked or even changes to the story. So, with EA and Respawn’s latest sequel to 2019’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, players may not need to worry about starting from scratch. This guide will explain exactly what you can carry over between the two games.

Do You Need To Have Played Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order To Carry Progress Over?

When it comes to  Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, players are going to experience an unorthodox yet wholly welcomed experience when it comes to how progress is carried over into the second installment of the Jedi game series. Other video game sequel titles in the past have either ignored player-specific moments from previous games, causing players to start from scratch with their character’s stats and abilities, or provided the chance to carry that progress over via a save file. But Jedi: Survivor does things better. Though story elements are not carried over, the abilities retained are something worth being excited about.

How Does This Impact Cal?

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Instead of having to deal with either of those methods, new and veteran players alike will be able to start Jedi: Survivor with the game’s protagonist, Cal Kestis at the same power level as he was left by the end of Jedi: Fallen Order. This means that abilities such as double-jumping and wall-running are available to use at the start of the game. In turn, this has a significant impact on upgrading Cal over the course of Survivor, since he’s essentially unlocking brand-new abilities and getting even stronger as players journey through the game.

This can only indicate that if and when a third entry is released for this series, Cal most definitely be a force to be reckoned with. There are certainly more force powers for him to become accustomed to. Possibly dark force powers?

But, that’s everything you need to know about whether your progress will carry over from Jedi: Fallen Order to Jedi: Survivor. What do you think about this creative choice on the part of the devs? Comment below and let us know!

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3 months ago

This literally makes no sense. Whether you have Jedi Fallen Order progress or not Cal starts with the abilities from the previous game, it has nothing to do with “carrying over” These click bait articles are well beyond ridiculous stop making stuff up for clicks it’s pathetic