Star Wars Jedi: Survivor: What is the max level?

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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is officially out and many have undoubtedly begun their new adventure with Cal Kestis. If you’ve already booted up the sequel, you probably notice how much more massive Jedi: Survivor is than its predecessor. From the open-world exploration to the combat and abilities, Jedi: Survivor expands upon many of the features we loved in Jedi: Fallen Order.

As you play through Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, slicing your way through enemies and completing missions and side quests, you’ll earn experience. This experience can be used to level up and unlock skills to aid you in your journey.

There are three main skill trees for you to invest your skill points into: Survival, LIghtsaber and Force. In total, we’re looking at 75 different skills to shape Cal Kestis.

What is the max level in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor?

The good news is there is no max level in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. In theory, this means you an continue to level up until you’ve unlocked all fo the skills in the game, so you don’t have to pick and choose which to unlock and potentially miss out on something else. If you put the work in and grind, you will level up and eventually unlock them all.

Even after you finish the main questline, you a continue to grind to get XP and further upgrade your character. Or you can hop into New Journey+ and start the story over with all of the skills you’ve learned carrying over — along with any skill points you haven’t spent yet.

However, despite no max level in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, there’s little reason to continue leveling up once you’ve unlocked all of the skills. In traditional Souls-like games or other action adventures, leveling up lets you allocate points into various stats.  This allows you to sort of shape the type of character you want to play. In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you aren’t raising specific stats for Cal each time you level up. His health, for example, isn’t based on a stat that you can raise each time you level. Instead, you can only increase it by unlocking the associated skills or by finding Force Essence Crystals.

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So once you’ve unlocked all 75 skill points, you can probably stop grinding for XP and continue on with the story.