Although Cal can run pretty fast, using a mount to get around is still more convenient. Exploring Koboh can also become slightly annoying due to its massive size. Luckily, our Jedi will be able to unlock the ability to tame various creatures during his journey, and you can even ride them as mounts. If you want to know when and how to get your first mount in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, this guide can explain this mechanic in detail.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Mounts Guide
You can unlock your first mount after exiting the Forest Array in Koboh. Technically, Cal will unlock the ability to tame an animal inside the Array, and he will be able to convince a Relter to help him. However, these creatures are more like living zip lines that you can only use to cross massive gaps and reach nearby areas.
The first true mount that you can tame and summon is a Nekko. It is hiding inside a shallow cave near the Nekko Pools meditation point. You must ride the creature to be able to progress through the game since you must cross slippery ground to exit the area.
You can tame an animal by pressing R3 on PS5 or RS on Xbox, and it will quickly turn docile toward the Jedi. After you return to Rambler’s Reach Outpost, you can go to the stable to keep your mount. Do note that you must leave the creature inside the building.
If you somehow manage to lose your Nekko, don’t worry. You can find another one and tame it. The game does not limit the number of creatures you can ride, but if you like a specific Nekko, you must put the animal in the stable before you leave the planet.
You can call the creature to you by pressing R3 on PS5 or RS on Xbox, and it will immediately appear nearby. Be sure that you’re not in a battle since the Nekkos won’t appear if there are dangers nearby.
You will also get another type of mount when you visit Jedha. After reuniting with an old friend, you will encounter several Spamels near the oasis. Like the Nekko, you must tame one of them to progress through the story.
That is the end of our guide on how to get mounts in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Before you leave to tame your first Nekko, consider checking out other articles on GameLuster. We have a guide on increasing Healing Stims, which may help you survive challenging battles.