Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Ending Explained (In Detail)

The ending of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor neatly wraps up the game's main narrative, but it does leave some threads dangling in case developer Respawn Entertainment takes the opportunity to add a third entry to its series. Taking place five years after its predecessor, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Survivor sees protagonist Cal Kestis continuing to fight against the Galactic Empire in the year 9 BBY (Before the Battle of Yavin, when the first Death Star is destroyed in A New Hope). Cal's insurgency has made him notorious, even among Imperial Senators, and the concluding chapters of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will have done little to take the heat off both him and the rest of the Stinger Mantis crew.
[Warning: The following article contains spoilers for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.]
Much of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor puts hero Cal Kestis in conflict with Dagan Gera, a Jedi who has survived from the time of the High Republic centuries earlier after being placed in a bacta tank and subsequently forgotten about. Dagan is aided by Rayvis, a Gen'Dai who pledged loyalty to Dagan after being defeated by him in combat. The two villains spend much of Jedi: Survivor attempting to reach Tanalorr, a planet safe from the Empire beyond the unnavigable Koboh Abyss, where Dagan had hoped to establish a new Jedi enclave before the planet was bombarded by a Nihil fleet, marauders from the Outer Rim that held a significant fighting force during the High Republic era.


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