In Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, following on from its predecessor Fallen Order, you’re tasked with being the force behind bringing back the Jedi Order, repelling the Empire once again. To do so however, you’ll be coming up against a plethora of foes, both small and large, who will do their utmost to stop you in your tracks.
Naturally, you’ll be getting hit a few times, depleting that health bar. As with Fallen Order, you’ll be able to heal in a couple of different ways and with this guide, we’ll be teaching you exactly how to do so.
How to Heal in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
If you’re coming up against some pretty formidable opponents with battles lasting some time, you’re going to need to get a heal or two off to keep Cal alive. Luckily, this can be done on the fly, similar to that of Fallen Order.
Again, you’ll be looking to BD-1 to help you out with this, as your trusty droid is the key to the main healing mechanic. This is because it has stim canisters that when used heal Cal’s health to some degree.
To perform one of these heals, simply press Up on the D-pad if you’re on console, or the designated selection on your keyboard if you’re on PC. This is usually the … key if you haven’t played around with the controls.
One thing to note here is that you will have limited stims so don’t waste them all in one go. These do replenish when you find, and sit down at a meditation spot, but it could be some time until you reach one of these.
Speaking of meditation spots, this is the other way in which you can heal in Jedi: Survivor. Once you sit down at one of these areas, you’re presented with the option to ‘Rest’. As previously stated, this will replenish those all-important stims, but it will also put Cal back to full health, at the expense of respawning all of the enemies in that area.