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How to fast travel in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Cal Kestis has a new set of planets to explore in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, and these are much larger than any he's previously had to traverse. As big as they are, they are also dense with things to collect and do off the beaten path. There's also a ton of things you won't be able to do until you come back later with new abilities. Cal's a fit young Jedi, but you aren't expected to hoof it across the entire galaxy every time you need to get somewhere. If you want to get where you're going faster than the Millennium Falcon, here's how to fast travel in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.




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What You Need

  • Reach chapter 2

  • Sit at the second Meditation Point

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How to fast travel

Fast travel isn't kept from you for very long in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. In fact, you only need to sit at your second Meditation Point to unlock it, which can be done as early as the second chapter while on Koboh.

Step 1: Play through the game until you get to Koboh in chapter 2.

Step 2: The second meditation point you can get is the Derelict Dam point.

Step 3: Sit at this point, and select the Fast Travel option on the lower-right side.

Step 4: You will see a list of all the Meditation Points you've been to. Just select the one you want to go to and away you go!

There are a few points in the game where fast travel will be locked off from you, as well as times when your Meditation Point in the Mantis will not allow you to fast travel from it (though you can fast travel to it). Meditation Points also allow you to change your stance, refill your health, force and Stim charges, and unlock new perks and skills.

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