As players progress through the main story Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, they are able to unlock a new fighting style for Cal called the Blaster Stance, which uses both a lightsaber and a blaster pistol in battle. Combining short-range lightsaber swings with long-range blaster fire, this stance is far from conventional. Players can explore different skills that expand this stance’s abilities, providing more ways to approach a fight.
While some might call the use of a blaster “uncivilized,” the main gimmick behind the Blaster Stance is a special gun that players can use to shoot enemies from a distance without having to close the distance with their lightsabers. Players have the option to charge a blaster shot to do more damage, but this takes up more ammo when fired. But hitting enemies or bosses with the lightsaber restores the blaster’s ammothat encourages a truly fluid game plan that combines the best of both weapons.
How to get the Blaster Stance in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
Fortunately, it is very easy for players to get Blaster Stance naturally progress in the main story until they complete the “Koboh – The Forest Array” objective.. From there the players can go back to Mantis Before travels to Jedha and reunites with Merrin. Before players embark on their next story mission, Bode offers their blaster pistol to CalWhich one permanently unlocks Blaster Stance.
Players can unlock Blaster Stance by receive Bodes Pistol after reunites with Merrin on Jedha after “Koboh – The Forest Array” the goal of the main narrative.
Like the other four stances in the game, players are able to choose the Blaster stance by to choose it at a meditation point. An instant skill tree for this fighting style appears when players sit down at any point with stance unlocked. With plenty of enemies in the upcoming mission to build skill points off of, players have a great opportunity to upgrade Blaster Stance right away if they want to.
How to use Blaster Stance
Unlike the heavy turns in the Crossguard Stance in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Blaster Stance is fast and uses quick thrusts that almost look like fencing. The best way enemies for this position is weaker opponents like basic Stormtroopers and B1 Battle Droids, which can be picked off with one shot from the blaster. Juggling the blaster ammo to thin groups of enemies while using the lightsaber’s quick strikes to take down tougher enemies is the core strategy behind this stance.
Once players learn how to unlock Blaster Stance Star Wars Jedi: Survivorthey can equip it along with a different style to switch between when in a fight, leading to a lot of flexibility with the right skills.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
- Star Wars Jedi
- PC, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5
- Respawn Entertainment
- Electronic art
- Adventure, Sci-Fi, Action
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor picks up after the events of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, continuing Cal Kesti’s journey after surviving the aftermath of Order 66 and the mass execution of the Jedi. Five years after narrowly escaping the clutches of Darth Vader and the Galactic Empire, Cal continues to live on the run with his robotic companion, BD-1. Players will now take on the role of Cal Kestis as no longer a Padawan, but a Jedi Master. Spanning multiple planets, Survivor further refines and develops the lightsaber/force-powered Jedi combat of Fallen Order, and will once again return players to the ever-expanding Star Wars universe.
- How long to beat:
- 14 hours
- Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order