Star Wars Jedi Survivor features a robust narrative with a lot of challenging combat. Saving is obviously crucial as you make your way through the game, as falling to enemies can be punishing. Thankfully, the game has a large number of meditation points spread throughout the maps to help you make sure that you are always moving forward and keeping your progress up to date. Let’s break down just how saving works in Star Wars Jedi Survivor.
Saving in Star Wars Jedi Survivor
In order to save your progress in Star Wars Jedi Survivor, you are going to need to find a meditation point. These circles are crucial for a lot of aspects in the game. You will find them all over the map. Interacting with one causes Cal to meditate, and grants you access to a few options. Saving your game happens automatically the moment you use the point. This is exactly the same method that you use to save in Fallen Order.
Meditation points can also be used to fast travel between spots on the map with no penalty or costs. They also allow you to rest, which restores your health and stims at the cost of respawning all defeated enemies in the area. This is also where you can spend skill points on perks and abilities for Cal.
Utilizing meditation points frequently to save your game is highly important. Being defeated in combat will send you back to the nearest one and cause you to lose all of your accumulated experience since you last accessed it. In order to regain what you have lost, you need to seek out the target that defeated you and successfully overcome it.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is available on PC, Steam, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S. The game also comes with a ton of fun extra goodies via a Deluxe Edition.