The Star Wars Jedi Survivor Shattered Moon or Koboh decision lets you choose where to go, with two objectives you can tackle in any order. When you get to Jedha you'll meet Eno Cordova and have the option to check out two places: an all new shattered moon location, and a fresh spot on Koboh.
If you're wondering if there's any benefit to picking on over the other first, then the answer is kind of yes and no. There's definitely a better reward from one option but it's also a slightly tougher location. Plus you have to do both to proceed anyway, so the advantage is a matter of hours. To help you though, here's everything you need to know about whether to go to the Shattered Moon or Koboh first in Star Wars Jedi Survivor.
And, if you want more help with the rest of the game our Star Wars Jedi Survivor walkthrough will guide you through all there is to see.
Should you go to the Shattered Moon or Koboh in Jedi Survivor?
You'll have to explore both the Shattered Moon and Koboh eventually in Star Wars Jedi Survivor, but you will unlock slightly different Star Wars Jedi Survivor Force powers and abilities from each objective, so it depends what you want to get first.
- The Koboh location unlock the BD-1 Koboh Grinder, a gadget that can unlock new pathways.
- The Shattered Moon location unlocks the Crossguard hilt for the lightsaber, a slow but high-damage Star Wars Jedi Survivor lightsaber stance.
Just be aware that the Shattered Moon location is the harder options at the point you initially unlock it in Star Wars Jedi Survivor. There are lot of enemies wielding electrostaves, often in groups. If you're still mastering your combat skills you could struggle. There are plenty of shortcuts and checkpoints that can help you blunt force you way through but for all the time you save you might as well just go there after Koboh.
The Koboh Grinder you unlock for BD-1 at the Koboh location is a more story focused upgrade - it will open up new pathways and is mostly used to progress objectives. It works by spray crystalline matter like paint that then ignites when it hits certain energy beams, and lets you burn away obstructions made of the same material.
Overall, it's going to be better to do Koboh first and get a little more experience before you take on the Shattered Moon. The latter isn't impossible, there are a lot of tougher melee enemies groups, often in tight spaces. Plus you have to defeat a boss to get the crossguard hilt as well.
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