Star Wars Jedi: Survivor standard, deluxe & collector editions compared
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is continuing Cal Kestis' journey, and to celebrate that there are a bunch of special editions you can buy, including the standard, deluxe, and collector versions. The Star Wars Jedi: Survivor special editions include new DLC outfits for both the protagonist and his droid, in addition to physical items. Here's what each version of the game comes with.
- Some fans are not fans of the facial hair options in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor standard and deluxe edition contents
There are three different versions of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor to consider before purchasing or preordering a copy of the game. The first is the standard edition (£64.99), which comes with the game and a poster if you preorder the game through UK retailer GAME.
The deluxe edition (£84.99) includes the Scoundrel (Han Solo) and Rebel Hero (Finn) cosmetics, in addition to the Rugged and BD-Astro (R2-D2) BD-1 styles. You'll also receive the DL-44 blaster set and Rebel Hero lightsaber set.
If you pre-order either version, you'll get the Jedi Survival cosmetic pack, which lets Cal look like Obi-Wan Kenobi. All of these styles, however, are inspired by the aforementioned Star Wars characters, not the actual clothes of each personality.
What's in the Jedi: Survivor Collector's Edition?
There is indeed a Collector's Edition for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor but be warned: it will be hard to get. It was sold through Limited Run Games but it is currently sold out at the time of writing. There were only 5,000 made, making this a real collector's item. Nevertheless, it includes the following:
- Full-Size Functional Cal Kestis Replica Lightsaber Hilt (with the blade sold separately)
- A Premium Magnetic Box (which holds Lightsaber Hilt)
- A certificate of Authenticity
- A Steelbook
- A physical copy of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Deluxe Edition.
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