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How to Respec Your Skills in Jedi Survivor

Don't get stuck with one stance.

by Daniel Wenerowicz
Reset Skills Jedi Survivor

With more than double the lightsaber stances to upgrade in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, it can be hard to choose where your Skill Points are used within the Skill Tree. The good news is that spending points don’t have to be permanent, and you’re free to try some different builds on Cal Kestis.

By the time I reached the end of the main story, there were still plenty of skills that I had no access to, so you likely won’t be able to earn every skill for a long time. That makes the ability to respec or reset your skills that much more important, and we’ll outline the process here.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – How to Reset Your Skills

The first step to anything related to skills in this game is to find a Meditation Point. These are used to fast travel, choose your stances, and assign any skills you want in the tree. Any Meditation Point will do, and they are always marked on your map by the bright white circle. Choose any of them and sit down at the Mediation Point to get started on resetting your skills.

How to Respec Skills in Jedi Survivor:

  • Rest at any Meditation Point on the map.
  • Open up the skills menu.
  • At the bottom left of the skills menu, you can see the option to reset all skills.
  • On PlayStation 5/Xbox Series X, the button is Y/Triangle.
  • All of your skills will be refunded and you can pick a new path for Cal Kestis on his Force abilities or lightsaber stances.

Related: Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Review | A Powerful Epic for a More Civilized Age

After the main story comes to an end, you will also get the chance to start a New Journey Plus. This is another way to respec your skills in Jedi Survivor, but it’s not necessary with how easy it is to use the Meditation Points. If you find you don’t like a stance, just head back and restart the tree.

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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