How long is Star Wars Jedi Survivor?

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor screenshot captured on PS5 which has Cal Kestis in conversation with Merrin
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How long Star Wars Jedi Survivor is depends on how much you want to explore or focus on the story. When it comes to how long to beat Jedi Survivor, the main story is obviously non-negotiable but there's lots of side content and exploring that could change completion times. Two of the main planets in Star Wars Jedi Survivor are huge, with lots of stuff to return to and areas to unlock, with plenty of opportunities to take on a new challenges and wander off the beaten path. So, if you want to know how long Star Wars Jedi Survivor is, I'll outline it all below. 

Star Wars Jedi Survivor length

The Star Wars Jedi Survivor length will vary entirely based on how you play, but breaks down like this: 

  • Critical path/Just story: 15-20 hours
  • Standard playthrough (story plus some side quests/exploration): 25-35 hours
  • 100% completionist playthrough: 45-50+ hours 

The time variation variation to complete Star Wars Jedi Survivor all comes down to the number of side missions and challenges you take on - particularly on its largest planet, Koboh. Areas like this are ripe for exploration, filled with side quests and generally takes a long time to see everything. You'll be limited initially by the Star Wars Jedi Survivor abilities, Force powers and gear you can unlock, with areas locked away by some gadget or skill you'll have to find in the story first. 

You might also find some Star Wars Jedi Survivor bosses hold you back more than others. While some are easy to overcome, others are extremely powerful and, depending on your levelling, skills and Star Wars Jedi Survivor lightsaber stances, the challenge will change. Just remember that you can alter the difficulty options at any time while out of combat, something that will also impact how long it takes to beat the game. 

There is at least a fast-travel system that can save you time as you progress but, depending on how often you want to stray from the main objective, you'll find a lot of potential distractions overall.

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