Star Wars Jedi: Survivor expanded on the gameplay formula of its predecessor by adding many new mechanics, such as Perks to customize Cal's abilities, making him better at certain things, and tons of skills, which can be learned by spending skill points. by leveling up.
Since the game has multiple skill trees with so many skills that sound very useful on paper, it can be difficult to find the ones to unlock first to have an easier time fighting the galactic empire and making the game more fun.
Best skills to unlock first
As mentioned above, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has different skill trees that allow players to develop Cal's survivability and power abilities as well as each of the five Lightsaber stances. As such, it can be a bit difficult to find the best possible skills to unlock first, as a skill that may be more useful to one player may be less useful to another due to their different play styles.
Still, there are some skills that are universally good and good to have in all situations. If you are playing on Jedi Master and Grand Jedi Master difficulties, the skills Improved Stim Forumula and Perfected Stim Forumla are a must, as they increase the amount of life restored by each Healing Stim. The Teamwork skill is another good healing skill to learn as soon as possible, as it speeds up healing significantly, which is great in many combat situations when enemies don't give up. Any skill that increases Life and Force is also great to unlock as soon as possible.
When it comes to offensive skills, there are many effective options to unlock quickly, all of which are more or less effective depending on your playstyle. If you enjoy using Lightsaber Stances that aren't very good at dealing with multiple enemies at once, you'll want to unlock the Wrenching Pull Force skill, an extremely useful skill that allows Cal to punch a group of enemies together. If you pair this skill with the Double-Bladed Lightsaber Stance, you'll be able to wipe out multiple enemies with just a few attacks quite easily.
Once you've unlocked these skills in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you'll want to look at the options available for each Lightsaber Stance. Rather than unlocking skills evenly for all stances, my advice is to focus on the stances you like the most and use more often, as some of the advanced skills for those stances are great to have and make the stances quite powerful. For Blaster Stance, for example, you'll want to learn the Point Blank skill, as it allows you to blast an enemy away with your Blaster before their attack connects. Blaster Cooldown and Improved Clip are solid skills to learn to make your stance more effective.
For Crossguard Stance, to make another example, two good skills to learn are Greater Cleaving Swing and Reaching Cleve, which increases the range and power of the devastating Cleaving Swing, a great move to use once you've drained the enemy's block meter.
All other Lightsaber Stances in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor also have good skills to learn as quickly as you can. If you enjoy using Single Stance, you should learn Dash Strike and Charged Throw as soon as possible, as they provide great mobility and improved long-range combat abilities, making this stance an even better all-rounder. For Dual Wield Stance, along with Backstep Slash, which is great for a hit-and-run playstyle, you should unlock the Precision Release skill, as it allows you to unleash an even more powerful counterattack if you release the Force button just before an attack that links while hitting nearby enemies, and the Dancing Blades skill, which allows you to attack multiple enemies with your lightsaber throw. For Double Blade Stance, the Endless Hurricane skill is one of the best skills to learn quickly, as it allows you to continue attacking after a basic chain of attacks is finished, turning Cal into a tornado of death that can easily destroy enemies.
If a parry-focused playstyle is more your thing in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you should also consider learning the Parry Push skill as soon as possible. With this ability, you can send enemies flying if you use Force Push right before their attack connects, giving you another opportunity to make the most of your parry mastery.
These are just some of the best skills to learn as soon as possible in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, but there are many others that can be quite effective. Fortunately, it's possible to get a huge amount of XP on planet Koboh just a few hours into the game, so don't worry about unlocking a skill you shouldn't have. Experiment, have fun, and may the Force always be with you.
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