Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Player Accidentally Cheeses Final Boss

Beware: This Contains Revealing Details Regarding Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

A Star Wars Jedi: Survivor gamer has uncovered an unforeseen method of conquering the game’s concluding opponent. The adversaries in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor are among the most difficult throughout Respawn’s two titles, and any hint for overcoming them is appreciated.

It has been fascinating to observe how players have been tackling the toughest bosses since the release of the game a few weeks ago. One gamer even managed to discover a way to ‘cheese’ an extremely difficult boss battle in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, although that was more intentional than the clip presented here. As a Soulslike, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor offers a great challenge and it is understandable that some players may start searching for easier methods to progress. On the highest difficulty, some fights can take up to hours to complete and this is not suitable for everyone.

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Redditor Overpops experienced the unusual cheese of Bode, the last boss in the game Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. It appears a technical malfunction in the game permits the player to Force Push Bode off the side of the map, concluding the encounter swiftly no matter what health points Bode is on. This would be immensely beneficial to a person playing the game at Grandmaster difficulty, since it skips having to defeat him in battle. Although it is not recorded in the video, the user states that the problem causes some of the ending cutscenes to be out of sync, verifying that this is not a tactic meant to be used by players.

A number of posters on the thread seemed to agree that Cal’s Force Push power has an invisible barrier preventing it from being used on Bode. This makes sense, since in movies, Force powers are portrayed as incredibly powerful and if they were the same in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, it would make the game a lot easier – especially in the final battles. According to a Redditor, Force Pushing bosses is a tactic that has been successful in other games such as The Force Unleashed, thus illustrating that Respawn has yet to find a way to block this technique.

Gamers are eagerly anticipating more Star Wars Jedi: Survivor _material in the near future. A lot of them have already beaten every boss in the game, and the perfect way to breathe new life into the game would be some single-player DLC. But, since _Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order didn’t get any story content, it’s not certain to happen no matter how successful the game is financially.

The PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S versions of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor are now available.