Star Wars: Jedi Survivor – Accelerating Campaign Progression With Quick Travel Feature

Star Wars: Jedi Survivor is one of the big gaming releases in 2023 and, unlike Jedi Fallen Order, will feature a much-ordered feature in the previous game: the quick trip.
According to Games radar, the information was confirmed by the director of the game, Sting Asmussen, in an interview with Play Magazine.


According to him, Respawn Entertainment and EA is working on new ways to travel between the game worlds, including features such as fast travel and mounts, which would make campaign progression faster.
Although Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order was well received by the public, the slow progression by the game, caused precisely by the absence of the quick travel feature, was considered one of the low points of the game.
With the implementation of the feature, the tendency is that players will be able to advance the campaign faster, although there is still no details of how fast travel will work.
As a rule, the so-called fast grieve is often triggered when players have visited a particular locality at least once, allowing it to later return to that place without having to travel long distances.
If this is the case with Jedi Survivor, you will still need to explore the scenarios before using the quick trip, but the return to these scenarios to collect behind resources, for example, will be simpler than in Jedi Fallen Order.
We will have quick trips and creatures that can be assembled to help players get quick from point A to B and return to A. The quick trip is from point to point, and the creatures that can be assembled offer a way to negotiate rapidly between
The points and explore what is between them, Asmussen told Play Magazine.

Star Wars: Jedi Survivor is an exclusive game of the new generation and arrives on April 28, 2023, for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series.