Skip to main content

All Stim upgrade locations in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Just like Fallen Order before it, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has many Souls-like elements. Outside of the general flow of combat, and the way Meditation Points work, Stims are essentially analogous to your Estus flas — a limited healing resource that you can only replenish by resting. You will only start with a meager two Stims, leaving you with very little room for error even on low-difficulty settings. Thankfully, Stim Upgrades allow you to increase that number by one for each you manage to find. Given how powerful these are, you’ll want to gather up as many as possible to ensure your survival in the galaxy far, far away. If The Force isn’t so strong with you, allow us to guide you to all the Stim Upgrade locations in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

We will outline where to find each Stim organized by the planet they’re on, so minor spoilers ahead if you haven’t seen every planet in the game yet.

All Stim Upgrades on Coruscant

Undercity Meats

Cal looking at a map of a stim upgrade.

From this Meditation Point, look to your left for the wall you can use your Jedi Jump to scale. Do so and take out the enemy droid on the other side, letting you safely open the large chest at the back of the area it was protecting.

All Stim Upgrades on Koboh

Doma’s Shop

Cal looking at a map of a stim upgrade.

After getting to Rambler’s Reach Outpost on Koboh, you can find Doma’s shop to spend your collecter Priorite on various items, outfits, and other cosmetics. Before you spend anything, make sure you save at least 10 for the Mysterious Keycode, which you can use to unlock the door inside this very shop to reveal the next chest holding a Stim Upgrade.

Basalt Rift

Cal looking at a map of a stim upgrade.

This is the area you will be brought to during the “Reach the Forest Array” main story mission. After you encounter a mogu taking out a stormtrooper, get behind it and wall run along the cliff, and climb up some vines to the top of a slope leading to the Rift Passage area. Don’t enter there, but head right to unlock the chest first.

Derelict Dam

Cal looking at a map of a stim upgrade.

This chest requires the Force Lift ability, so fast travel back here once you have it. From the workbench, take the elevator on the right. At the top level, Force Lift the door open to your right and take on the Matriach Gorocco mini-boss.

Diagnostics Corridor

Cal looking at a map of a stim upgrade.

When you’re making your way to the Mountain Observatory during the main story, proceed as normal until you come to the fan you need to grapple on to avoid an electrified barrier. After getting across, turn around and squeeze through a partially open door. Once through, toss the grapple pad out the window and launch off it to get to the floor above where you started and get the chest.

Foothill Falls

Cal looking at a map of a stim upgrade.

In the Prospector’s Folly zone, go north to where the rumor location on your map is marked in the center. Wall run and swing along the edge to get to the platform overlooking the shack and have BD activate the machine to spawn a mine. Use the Force to pick it up and use it to blow a hole in the roof of the shack. Jump on inside to get the Stim Upgrade.

Viscid Bog

Cal looking at a map of a stim upgrade.

After you’ve done just about everything in this area and are able to take the elevator out of this dreadful place, make one last detour towards three stone poles you can use the Force on to make a path through the swamp. The other side will have a mogu mini-boss waiting for you, followed by an even more terrifying fight with a mogu named the Mire Terror. Take them both down, or do your best to run past them and pray you can open the chest on the far end of the arena before they stop you.

All Stim Upgrades on Jedha

Sheltered Hollow

Cal looking at a map of a stim upgrade.

This is an unmissable Stim upgrade once you reach this part of the story. While you’re in the cave waiting out the storm, the chest is directly in your path.

Blustery Mesa

Cal solving a puzzle door in a crypt.

Part of the way through the Crypt of Uhrma on the way to Pilgrim’s Crossing, take a side path into the Crypt proper. The back of the room has a puzzle you need to Force push and pull eight blocks, four on the top row and four on the bottom, into the correct orientation. Here are which ones you want pulled out (glowing):

  • Top row: Far left and far right
  • Bottom row: middle two

Once done, the door will open and reveal the chest.

Shattered Moon

Assembly Staging

Cal looking at a map of a stim upgrade.

When you’re doing the “Research Tanalorr” mission, you will pick up the “Investigate the Factory Lower Levels” rumor from a droid. Drop down from the zipline to get to the area on your map where the rumor is marked, then use the Ascension Cable to climb up a ledge to your right. Take the next zipline, avoiding the electrified spot, and then follow the catwalk to the right when you land. Pop the chest open to get another Stim upgrade.

Editors' Recommendations

Jesse Lennox
Jesse Lennox loves writing, games, and complaining about not having time to write and play games. He knows the names of more…
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’s arachnophobia toggle removes all spiders
Cal Kestis with BD-1 droid on his shoulder.

From endless hordes of Empire goons to hulking Rancors that can crush you in one or two hits, there are no doubt a lot of things to be afraid of in EA's new action-adventure sequel Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. However, if one of your fears happens to be spiders, developer Respawn has got you covered with an arachnophobia toggle that completely removes spiders from the game.

Survivor's Arachnophobia Safe Mode ensures that players who aren't particularly fond of eight-legged creepy-crawlies will never have to engage with any spiders that might crawl their way on-screen partway through the campaign. It's an unexpected addition to a game that is otherwise filled to the brim with strange and unsettling creatures to observe and fight, but spiders no doubt have a special way of freaking some of us out. Many folks are certain to appreciate seeing a choice to avoid arachnids altogether when they find themselves scrolling through the game's suite of accessibility options.

Read more
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor: file size, release time, and preload options
Cal Kestis.

One of 2023's most anticipated games, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is almost here. This is the sequel to 2019's Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which continues the story of Jedi Padawan, Cal Kestis. Early reviews point to a worthy successor, and excitement for Jedi: Survivor is no doubt building ahead of its release. But what time does this game launch, what will its file size be, and what sorts of pre-load options are there? Here's what you need to know about Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor release time

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will launch on April 28, 2023, but will have a simultaneous global release. This means that in some regions of the world, you'll actually be able to play it on April 27. On the West Coast of the U.S., the game goes live at 9 p.m. PT, and at 10 p.m. CT in areas like Mexico City. In most other regions, players will need to wait until April 28 to begin playing.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor file size
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will be a massive game, at least in terms of storage size. On PC, it clocks in at a whopping 155GB; on PS5, it's 147GB, and on Xbox Series X|S, it's 134GB. You might have to clear some room for this game in order to play it when it launches.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor preload options
Preloading is available across all platforms now, and -- given the game's large file size -- it's recommended to do so if you get a digital copy. You can preload it across PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC (via the EA app and Steam).
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor preorder details
There are some pre-order bonuses for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor in the form of the “Jedi Survival” Cosmetic Pack. This includes the following:

Read more
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor: release date, trailers, preorders, and more
Jedi Cal Kestis.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is among the most critically acclaimed games set in a galaxy far, far away. Players followed Cal Kestis, played by Cameron Monaghan, in his journey to kick-start the Jedi Order after Emperor Palpatine famously ordered them all slaughtered. His journey of self-discovery was one many gamers could relate to and are excited to continue in the sequel Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

Developers at EA, Respawn, and Lucasfilm Games have only given fans a taste of what Survivor has in store for them with two trailers, but they are promising an epic new Star Wars story.  The dark, mysterious, and menacing tones were what director Stig Asmussen hoped to convey, foreshadowing the Fallen Order sequel. Here's everything we know about Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.
Release date

Read more