Star Wars Jedi: Survivor: Can you unlock every skill?

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As Cal Kestis is now a Jedi Knight, there are plenty of new skills and abilities to learn in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. In fact, there are now nine Skill trees filled with a total of 75 different skills and abilities for him to master on his journey.

There’s no shortage of guides pointing out what some believe to be the best skills, but what if you’re someone who strives to be the best? Can you unlock all of Cal Kestis’s skills in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor?

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor: Can you unlock every skill

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor does not feature a level cap, which technically means you will eventually be able to unlock every skill for Cal Kestis. Doing so probably won’t be easy or fast, but it is possible. It will just require a lot of XP grinding.

To unlock every skill for Cal Kestis, you first need to unlock all of his Skill trees. Thankfully, this is all done automatically as you progress through the main story. The Blaster skill tree and the Crossguard skill tree are the final two you will unlock.

Once you have all of the skill trees unlocked, you can start grinding for all of your skills. Obviously completing the main storyline will grant you the most experience, but you won’t be able to unlock every skill just through that. You’ll need to complete side quests, find collectables, and defeat enemies. The Wisdom perk, can be purchased from Zee’s Datadisc Decryption in Pyloon’s Saloon for 5 Datadiscs. is recommended as it grants you more experience from defeating enemies. The Gambler Perk is another good one as it also increases your experience gained but at the potential risk of no longer restoring any of it should you die.

In any case, as there is no level cap in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you can rest easy knowing that you don’t have to be super selective in the skills you invest in as you will eventually be able to unlock all of them. There’s also always the option to respec your character and reset your skill points to try new skills.

Should you beat the main storyline once, you can opt to continue playing in your current world and grinding for experience, or you can jump into New Journey+. This is the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor version of New Game+. You’ll retain all of your Lightsaber Stances and Skill Points.