How to Turn Off Fall Damage in Jedi Survivor

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Star Wars Jedi Survivor is all about exploration. Once you land on the second planet Koboh the game opens up tremendously and you’ll want to explore every nook and cranny this planet has to hide. However, that’s going to require a lot of jumping off of cliffs and taking some serious leaps of faith. You’ll take fall damage any time you drop too far down or simply fall to your death. How do you turn off fall damage in Star Wars Jedi Survivor? We’ve got the answer for you below.

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How to Turn Off Fall Damage in Jedi Survivor

To turn off fall damage in Star Wars Jedi Survivor, all you need to do is open up the main menu, and head over to the settings tab.

From there, go to the Accessibility options, and scroll down to the Gameplay section. You’ll see Disable Fall Damage as a toggle. Toggle this on to prevent any fall damage you will receive. This will not stop you from dying when jumping off a cliff, but you will not be penalized for doing so.

“Disables fall damage if the player respawns due to falling. This does not prevent the player from respawning due to falling, but will ensure they don’t respawn with lowered health”

This will not allow you to explore more freely from heights and jump off large cliffs, but you will not be damaged from trying to experiment and enjoy the game. We recommend this if you’re trying to get 100% completion, because you’ll need that health for some of the secret boss fights and other enemies around the galaxy.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to turn off fall damage in Star Wars Jedi Survivor. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out Prima Games. Have you purchased the mysterious keycode form Doma yet? Here’s what it does.

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