Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has been in fans’ hands for a few weeks now, and like the first, it’s considered a pretty tough time. Heavily inspired by the genre, like Souls, all gamers who naturally want to show off their Jedi skills flocked to the title to beat it in the most challenging way possible. Already one player has beaten the entire game from start to finish on Jedi Grandmaster difficulty without taking damage.
The player in question is Hayete, the famous speedrunner who held several world records in the previous game, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. As explained in the video description (embedded below), the only criterion for execution is that Cal Kestis’ health cannot drop below 100%, except for the inevitable transition during certain boss fights. I won’t mention it here, but be warned that the video and description contain significant spoilers.
To make things even more difficult, Hayete set the game on its hardest difficulty and made sure not to change it at all after each playthrough. They also made it impossible to restart from the last checkpoint if you took damage, instead forcing you to start from the beginning of the game. Those were the only requirements for execution, and Hayete fights to skip most of the optional content and focus on the main story.
Hayete’s successful run lasted 7 hours and 39 minutes, and the video was uploaded to her YouTube channel. In a separate Reddit post on the FallenOrder subreddit, they explain that it took them a total of over 170 hours to finally beat the game without taking any damage, and explain some of the tactics they use in a particular battle and their general opinion on it. The game’s combat system. If it wasn’t obvious from this entire walkthrough, they’re pretty big fans.
The video itself has very detailed commentary and timestamps in case you want to see how Hayete took no damage during certain parts of the game. They also promise to try a 100% lossless run on their Twitch channel over the next few weeks, complete with all optional content not covered in this run. Let’s keep our fingers crossed that Oggdo Bogdo won’t cause too many problems.
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