One Jedi: Survivor Lightsaber Stance Is Seriously Overpowered When Upgraded

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has a wealth of lightsaber stances for Cal Kestis to utilize in combat, but one, in particular, can make the Jedi seriously overpowered. Developer Respawn Entertainment massively improved upon the combat from the title's predecessor Jedi: Fallen Order, which was already praised for its challenging-yet-fulfilling lightsaber gameplay inspired more by titles such as Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice than the hack-and-slash of some previous Star Wars titles.
There are five distinct styles of lightsaber combat in Jedi: Survivor, which can be used to take on specific enemy types or situations, similar to the katana combat of Ghost of Tsushima. These include the single-bladed, double-bladed, and dual-wield lightsaber forms seen in Jedi: Fallen Order, but also include two new additions: crossguard and blaster. Over the course of the game, these stances can be upgraded via skill trees, with some making Cal one of the most skilled Jedi, being incredibly versatile and somewhat overpowered when maxed out.


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