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What Does the Mysterious Keycode Unlock in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor? – Answered

What's behind the door?

by Daniel Wenerowicz
Mysterious Keycode

Rambler’s Reach has a few different vendors that you can trade with in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, and most of them have straightforward purchases. It’s only Doma’s Outpost Commodities that have a Mysterious Keycode where the reward is hidden until after purchase.

All of the vendors use collectible items as currency, and Doma specifically requires Priorite for any of her purchases. Considering how rare the collectibles are, you’ll want to make the most of them before buying a Mysterious Keycode, and we’ll go over what sits behind the door so you don’t have to guess. Here’s what the Mysterious Keycode unlocks in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

Jedi Survivor – What Does the Mysterious Keycode Unlock?

Once you’ve spent the 10 Prioritie required to open up the door in Doma’s shop, you can freely walk through with Cal and BD-1. Behind the door unlocked by the Mysterious Keycode, you’ll find a Stim Cannister upgrade chest which is always marked by bright yellow and medical symbols. Open this up and BD-1 will add to your Stim pool for the rest of the game.

Aside from stat upgrades or perks, Stim Cannister upgrades are some of the best rewards you can get in Jedi Survivor, so spending 10 Priorite Shards for an easy upgrade at Doma’s shop is definitely recommended. The rest of the items in her shop are purely cosmetics for Cal or music tracks for the Saloon.

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What you see from the shop inventories doesn’t change as the game progresses, so don’t expect any more Mysterious Keycodes in Jedi Survivor. I took a leap of faith myself spending my hard-earned Priorite for the door and it just happened to pay off with another Stim. Whether you spend more Priorite for some more cosmetics is up to you and Cal.

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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