Can You go Back to Coruscant in Jedi Survivor? - Answered - Prima Games

Can You go Back to Coruscant in Jedi Survivor? – Answered

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by Daniel Wenerowicz
Coruscant Jedi Survivor

When the next part of Cal’s story kicks off with Jedi Survivor, the very first shot we see is of Coruscant and the iconic Jedi Temple with Galactic Empire flags all over. The first major mission takes place in the capital city, but you won’t be able to get every collectible in the first run, so I certainly wanted to go back to Coruscant as soon as I left.

Considering that Coruscant doesn’t seem like a full-blown location when compared to a world like Koboh in Jedi Survivor, it may seem like it was a one-and-done case for Cal. However, you’ll be able to visit any world within the game more than once and the collectibles will be waiting.

Jedi Survivor – How to Return to Coruscant

The good news is that you can definitely go back to Coruscant after you leave for the first time. Although the job went sideways, the city is still standing, and there is much more to explore. You likely saw green barriers and locked doors in your first run through the city, which can be unlocked once you’ve made more story progress.

To make your way back to Coruscant in Jedi Survivor, you’ll need to play through a good chunk of the main story on Koboh. When Cal makes his way to Koboh, he has a rough landing and the Mantis needs some repairs with the help of Greez. Once you have the ship up and running, you can start exploring planets both old and new.

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When you go to the navigation table in the center of the Mantis, select Coruscant if you want to head back to this point in Jedi Survivor. You may still need unlocks for some of the locked doors in the area, but you can certainly try collecting what’s available. When you’re done, simply jump back to another planet and continue the story.

About The Author

Daniel Wenerowicz

Dan has been writing gaming guides and news as a staff writer and freelancer since he graduated from Westfield State University in 2020. You can find him covering the FPS and Battle Royale space at Prima Games.

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