Here’s An Early Look At The Costumes & Customization Available In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
Here’s an early look at some of the costumes players can collect and customize in EA and Respawn Entertainment’s Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor features plenty of costumes for the game’s protagonist, Cal Kestis. These outfits won’t be available outright, however, and players will need to find them over the course of their playthrough. Once acquired, a costume can then be customized to create a unique appearance or bear a resemblance to popular characters from the series and otherwise.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Costumes Revealed
Some of the costumes players will be able to collect and customize during their adventure in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor can be seen below.
As seen above, these outfits can be customized to bear a resemblance with characters like Kyle Katarn, Dash Rendar, and Solid Snake of Metal Gear Solid fame.
Previously, an early leak for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor revealed the game length Performance mode details for PS5 and Xbox Series X. In addition, the leak also revealed information that may be considered within the realm of spoilers. Therefore, we advise our readers to proceed with caution.
According to the leak, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’s main story takes around 25 hours to complete. Additionally, it was revealed that the New Game+ will be available at launch for those who have beaten the game once, and it will unlock red and party colored light sabers.
Regarding the Performance mode available on PS5 and Xbox Series X, the Twitter user stated that it targets a frame rate of 60 fps while running at a resolution of 1440p. The game a setting to adjust Field Of View on both consoles. Currently, there is no information on whether the Xbox Series S will feature a Performance mode.
Baesd on other details mentioned in the leak, the game features a total of 6 planets, 2 big and open, namely Koboh and Jeddha, 3 linear ones, including Coruscant and one which is small and only there to serve a story-related purpose.