Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Trophy Roadmap
- Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (everything can be done on Story Mode/Easiest Difficulty)
- Approximate amount of time to platinum: 40 hours on Story Mode (20 hours for the story and 20 hours for the planet cleanups), 50+ on Jedi Knight or higher difficulties
- Offline Trophies: 54 (1, 2, 7, 44)
- Online Trophies: 0
- Number of missable trophies: 1 – You’ve Got a Friend
- Glitched trophies: 2 are a bit glitchy for some players but obtainable – Perk of the Job is glitchy for some but fine for others. It’s best to manually back up your save and check your Perk Slot count before collecting every upgrade to make sure it has registered. Additionally, They’re Probably Fine is also a little buggy and you may need to try more than once.
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, everything can be done on Easiest Difficulty
- Minimum Playthroughs: 1
- PS4/PS5 Autopop & Save Transfer: No, the game is only available on PS5
- PS4/PS5 Crossbuy: No, the game is only available on PS5
- Free-Roam / Level Select after Story?: Yes, there is free-roam after the story, you can go back everywhere and still complete all planets after the story.
- Supports Manual Saves?: No, only 1 Autosave
- Release Date: April 28, 2023
Welcome to the Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Trophy Guide! Set five years after the events of Fallen Order, Survivor follows Jedi Cal Kestis as he struggles to stay one step ahead of the Galactic Empire as it unrelentingly tries to eliminate any Order 66 survivors. The game expands on Fallen Order’s gameplay foundations, introducing new features such as fast travel and a wide array of customization options. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is a semi open-world game, about half your time will be spent on the story and half on exploration. For the Platinum, you first need to finish the story, interact with every specific NPC you find along the way and scan every new enemy type with BD-1. Collect what you can, but don’t stress too much. Some areas cannot be reached unless you have the required story-related abilities. More on this under Step 1. After the story, you can return to every area in the game and clean up collectibles, especially the Jedi Chambers and the Force Tears. More on this under Step 2. There are also a variety of combat-related and miscellaneous trophies, which can easily be earned after the story. In fact, you can always reset areas at Meditation Points should you need enemies for trophy-related reasons. The only missable trophy is You’ve Got a Friend for using each companion’s ability 10 times in battle because they are only available in certain story sections.
Step 1: Finish Story, Be Assisted By Bode 10 Times (Missable), Scan All Enemies, Start Recruiting for the Cantina [20 Hours on Story Difficulty]
Play through the story. During this step, don’t bother exploring the planets. Collect what you can, but don’t diverge too much from the story path. This is because some areas require story-specific abilities and cannot be accessed until later. There are a few things to work on during the story:
- [MISSABLE] You must be assisted by your first story companion Bode 10 times ( + ). You can only do this in Chapter 1 and Chapter 4. If missed, it can quickly be done in New Game+.
- [TIME SAVER] Scan every type of enemy you defeat by pressing near their bodies. You have to scan all enemy types for Intergalactic Geographic.
- [TIME SAVER] Interact with every NPC you come across. Some NPCs can be recruited either by simply exhausting their dialogs or by completing small side quests called Rumors. Once you’ve done either, they will join you in the Cantina on Rambler’s Reach Outpost on Koboh and count towards Max Capacity. Check Star Wars Jedi: Survivor All Cantina Recruit Locations for a full list of all possible recruits.
Step 2: Map Upgrades to Reveal all Collectibles on Map, Get All Jedi Chambers, Plants, Fish, Force Tears, Bounties, Legendary Adversaries [20 Hours]
The very first thing you want to do after the story is unlock the Map Upgrades to reveal the collectible locations on the map. There are 4 collectible maps found in specific locations on Jedha and Koboh. Finding these will populate the planet maps with almost all collectible categories. You don’t need to find all collectibles for the Platinum, but some of these are needed to unlock other trophies, such as the Priorite Shards and the Data Discs. Refer to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – How to Unlock All Collectible Locations on Map. As part of unlocking all collectibles on the map you are going to have to complete all Jedi Chambers.
After collecting all Map Upgrades, start cleaning out every single planet’s territory. By doing so, you will get the required amount of Priorite Shards to buy out Doma’s Shop at Rambler’s Reach Outpost on Koboh for Splurgle, buy the Perk Slot at Zee’s Shop which you’ll need for Perk of the Job, run into all Bounties and Legendary Aversaries for Caij Match and I’m a Living Legend respectively. By eliminating all Bounties and Legendary Adversaries, you will in turn complete the Tactical Guide as well for Intergalactic Geographic. As you clear out every territory, you’ll almost naturally come across Skoova for all Fish Locations. He’s always by bodies of water and will snatch a new fish when you talk to him. You will also come across 10 Seed Pods to grow 10 Plants. And lastly, you need the Force Tears which are quick combat or platforming challenges.
- Legendary Adversaries
- Enemy Scans (Complete Tactical Guide)
- Force Tears
- Jedi Chambers
- Perk Slots
Step 3: Holotastics Matches and Miscellaneous Trophies [1-2 Hours]
Now head back to the Cantina and play all Holotactics matches. This is a very quick and easy minigame during which you use the enemies you’ve scanned during the game as pieces for a holographic chessboard. To get Gambler, you need to defeat all opponents. By this point in the game, you should not have many trophies left to unlock. Most will have unlocked as you played through the story or during the planet cleanups. You can refer to the trophy descriptions below for information on any trophies you may have left and use Meditation Points to reset enemies in any area.
Useful Guide, Tips, & Tricks:
- Star Wars Jedi Survivor Wiki & Strategy Guide
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – How to Unlock All Collectible Locations on Map
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – How to Win All Holotactics Matches
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – All Bounty Locations
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – All Cantina Recruit Locations
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – All Fish Locations
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – All Force Tear Locations
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – All Jedi Chamber Locations
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – All Legendary Adversary Locations
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – All Perk Slot Locations
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – All Plant Locations
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – All Enemy Scans (Full Tactical Guide Entries)
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – How to Reach Highest Point in Harvest Ridge (Barn Puzzle)
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – How to Solve Crypt of Uhrma Puzzle
- Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – How to Get Secret/Missing Priorite Shard at Koboh Stable
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Trophy Guide
A guide by Darth_Krid & FranciRoosters
|The Jedi Survivor
Unlock all Trophies
|Earn all other trophies in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor to unlock Platinum (no DLC needed).|
Defeat an Inquisitor
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after defeating the Inquisitor boss on Coruscant.|
|For Saw Gerrera
Break free from the grasp of the Empire
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after leaving the first planet Coruscant and flying in your spaceship for the first time.|
|Grab Some Seat
Chat with the owner of the Koboh cantina
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after the cutscene in the Cantina on Koboh where you meet the owner.|
|The Past Made Present
Release the Jedi from the bacta tank
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after the boss battle at the Forest Array.|
|Survivors, We Adapt
Travel together with a Nightsister
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after meeting your Nightsister ally on Jedha.|
|Among the Masters
Meet the Jedi Masters
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after finding the Jedi Archive on Jedha.|
|For the Path
Protect Pilgrim’s Sanctuary
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after you defeat the giant machine on Jedha.|
|Out of Bedlam
Rescue a friend from the Bedlam Raiders
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after rescuing your friend and defeating the boss in Koboh at the end of Chapter 4.|
Collect the Abyss Compass
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after reaching the Grand Oculus of the Mountain Observatory and defeating the boss in Chapter 5.|
Defend the Archive
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks at the end of Chapter 5 after the cutscenes on the Mantis.|
|At the Precipice
Survive Nova Garon
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after getting back to the Mantis on Nova Garon.|
|Into the Abyss
Discover the route to Tanalorr
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after the cutscene in the Control Centre on Koboh.|
|A Place You Could Call Home
Complete the story
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after the credits.|
Defeat 50 enemies under the effect of Slow
|Slow is an unmissable, story-related ability automatically unlocked during Chapter 1. The Slow ability can be activated by pressing and at the same time to slow down all surrounding enemies. Note that if you hit an enemy during Slow, they are no longer Slowed, so unless you kill them in one hit, it won’t count for the trophy. However, you can purchase the Extended Hold skill from the Force > Jedi Concentration skill tree which keeps enemies Slowed even after being hit, and you can also purchase skills to extend its duration. The ability has a short cooldown, so keep spamming it until you unlock this trophy.|
Defeat 10 enemies with shots using the Point Blank skill
|To unlock the Point Blank skill, you first need the Blaster stance which automatically unlocks in the story during Chapter 3. Then, you need to purchase it from the Blaster skill tree which will cost a total of 4 skill points to reach (although Point Blank itself costs just 1). Then, head over to any Meditation Point and make sure you have the Blaster stance equipped. To use it, you need to press just before an enemy hits you with a melee attack (not shooting) to blast them away, similar to how you’d use Parry or Evade in normal circumstances. You need to kill 10 enemies with this, so either use it on basic Stormtroopers or weaken stronger enemies first.|
|You’ve Got A Friend
Direct your companions to assist in combat 10 times each
This trophy is missable! The ability to direct your companions to assist in combat is automatically unlocked during Chapter 1. While in combat, press to lock on an enemy, then hold and press to ask a companion to attack the targeted enemy. There are only two companions in the game, and you need to use this ability 10 times with each of them (10 with Bode + 10 with Merrin for 20 total). The ability’s cooldown is fast, so just spam it whenever available. The two companions are:
Hit 3 enemies with a single roller mine
|Roller Mines are an enemy type unlocked on Koboh, during Chapter 2, as you make your way to the Cantina. By far one of the best places to do this is when you return to the Mantis towards the end of Chapter 3. As you make your way back, you’ll get to a meditation point called Boiling Bluff. Shortly after that you’ll reach a big open plateau area called Untamed Downs. Make your way downhill, flanking the right side to find a garage opening with a green laser door inside. Inside this area are several Roller Mines. Get them to follow you, then use the Force to pull one towards you and throw it at the others.|
|They Never Saw It Coming
Strike an unaware enemy 20 times
|You can tell when an enemy is unaware of your presence because a button prompt appears when you’re either behind, below or above them. Press the button to do a stealth attack. There are plenty of opportunities to get this throughout the story, but you can farm it at Meditation Points by resetting enemies if you wish.|
|This Is Canon
Push an enemy into the Shattered Moon mining cannon
|You can first earn this trophy on your second visit to the Shattered Moon during Chapter 4. The cannon is the huge ray beam that you have to dodge during the mission, you can’t miss it. Eventually, you’ll reach a large platform where you’ll be attacked by a number of enemies and have to also dodge the cannon which fires intermittently. Some of the enemies are B1 Battle Droids which you can easily Push, so maneuver yourself between the enemies and the cannon and use when the cannon is firing so that they are disintegrated. If you don’t get it, there is a Meditation Point nearby where you can reset enemies. This trophy may not unlock immediately after getting a kill with it. If so, keep trying, reset the area at the nearby Meditation Point, quit out to the main menu or restart the game.|
|I’m a Living Legend
Defeat all legendary adversaries
|» Star Wars Jedi: Survivor All Legendary Adversary Locations|
|Get Down From There
Attack 20 Lifted enemies
|During Chapter 4, you’ll receive the Force Lift ability, which you can use on enemies by pressing and . Find weaker enemies such as Stormtroopers and use the ability, then just slash them with your lightsaber while they’re in the air or use Lightsaber Throw (press and ) to damage them. Repeat 20 times.|
|One With the Force
Avoid 50 attacks using Focus Sight
|Focused Sight is an ability in the Survival tree, which can be bought for 2 skill points (although it takes 3 total to buy it). To use it, hold when in battle and this will automatically evade incoming attacks until your Force meter is drained. Use this whenever you come up against a melee enemy and you will soon avoid 50 attacks.|
A confused enemy defeats an enemy of the same type
|To use Confuse on an enemy, hold and press . The first chance for this is immediately when you get the tutorial prompt to use this power in Chapter 1 (Coruscant > Undercity Meats). You may need to use it multiple times so that the confused enemy deals enough damage to defeat the other.|
Execute 10 perfectly timed precision releases
|Precision Release is an ability in the Lightsaber > Dual Wield tree, which can be bought for 2 Skill Points after purchasing Focused Parry for 1 Skill Point. To perform a perfectly timed Precision Release, you need to press and release right as an enemy is about to hit you. You know you’ve got it right if Cal enters a flashing animation of quick lightsaber flurry attacks. Repeat 10 times. This can be done on any enemy, but it’s better to prioritize enemies wielding melee weapons, so you don’t have to mess with blaster-wielding enemies.|
Slam 5 enemies with a single use of Slam
|Slam is an unmissable story ability you learn in Chapter 4, but the regular version only targets single enemies. You’ll need to buy Mass Slam from the Force > Telekinesis skill tree, which costs 2 skill points but a total of 5 to unlock it.
Then, find a group of five or more enemies and hold and to charge up a heavier Slam attack which hits multiple enemies. It may be easier to group enemies together with Wrenching Pull (the first skill in the Telekinesis tree, so you will have this on the way to getting Mass Slam) by pressing and together. Any of the many story battles with lots of regular Stormtroopers or B1 Battle Droids is the best place for this. For example, in Chapter 5, when you enter the hangar with the TIE Fighters on your way to the Observatory, is a great place for this because the room will be teeming with basic Stormtroopers.
Parry a Force Pull resisting enemy
|To perform a Force Pull, press . To unlock this trophy, you must first find an enemy that is resistant to Force Pulls. Such enemies are BX Droids, wielding electrified batons or cleavers. When you’re facing one, press to try pulling them towards you. They will resist, but their resistance is followed by a sprint attack. When they sprint attack you, get ready to press to parry their attack right before it lands. If you need more parry timing, consider lowering the game’s difficulty.|
Discover and complete all Jedi Chambers
|» Star Wars Jedi: Survivor All Jedi Chamber Locations|
|King of the World
Reach the highest point of Harvest Ridge
|Harvest Ridge is a territory found in the Rambler’s Reach region on Koboh. You can find it north of the Cantina and is marked by an easily distinguished tower. You will have to climb this tower to unlock the trophy. However, getting to it is not so obvious. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:
|There Is No Try
Help lift a ship out of the tar pits
|On your way to the Cantina during Chapter 2, when passing through Gorge Crash Site you will spot a Pit Droid whose ship is stuck in a tar pit. Return later in the game once you learn the Lift ability in Chapter 4 and press and to raise the ship out of the tar and unlock this trophy. Talk to the Pit Droid afterwards to recruit him to the Cantina for Max Capacity.|
|Now, This Isn’t Podracing
Travel 500m of distance while riding creatures
|The first mount you unlock is the Nekko, found on Koboh, during Chapter 2. It’s an unmissable story-related mount.
This trophy will almost certainly come naturally while using mounts to explore the planet, but if need be, you can ride around in circles until the trophy unlocks. You can find mounts roaming around the area, or you can call one to you with . You also ride a Spamel on Jedha as part of the story and can use them in free roam afterwards, which also counts towards this total. The counter for this trophy seems a bit off and you may need to ride either mount for more than 500m (takes 1500m+). You will use mounts a lot as you explore the planets, so don’t worry too much about it. It will eventually unlock just fine.
Refresh the Refresher
|To get this trophy, you need to go into the bathroom in the Cantina on Koboh. Enter the Cantina, then immediately turn right and go into the bathroom. Interact with the toilet on the left and you’ll get this trophy, plus a Priorite Shard.|
|They’re Probably Fine
Drop your mount into the great unknown
|This is best done on Jedha. Fast travel to the Anchorite Base Meditation Point and mount one of the Spamels next to it. Now ride to the opposite cliff and dismount it a moment before dropping it to unlock the trophy. The trophy may unlock with some delay or not at all. In the latter case, try traveling away from and back to the Anchorite Base or reboot your game.|
Keep your feet off the ground and walls for 60 seconds
|There are a few ways to get this trophy. The easiest way is to hang off one of the pipes in Chapter 1 or anywhere else in the game. After a minute has passed, clmb up onto solid ground to unlock the trophy. Alternatively, you can jump on a zipline and keep hitting to change direction without falling off, and you can also glide with a Relter and keep using updrafts to stay afloat for a minute.|
|It’s a Trap
Explore the Phon’Qi Caverns
|It is highly encouraged to take care of this trophy as a priority once you’re done with the story and are ready for the collectible cleanup. That’s because it unlocks a Map Upgrade to reveal more collectibles on the map.
To access Phon’Qi Caverns, you first need to go to Foothill Falls in Koboh and to the abandoned shack in this area. Here you will find a trapdoor you can use Pull on to enter. Jump down and at the far side, squeeze through the crack and you’re now in Phon’Qi Caverns. The area is quite linear, although beware of ambushing droid enemies and the explosive puffer acid creatures. Eventually, after a boss battle against three lightsaber-wielding Bedlam Raiders, you’ll find a terminal that you can Slice with BD-1 which grants you a Map Upgrade for your map which shows you the locations of Chests, Stim Cannisters and BD-1 Slice Upgrades, and also grants you this trophy.
Have a packed cantina
|This requires finding all 11 Cantina Recruits:|
|Can You Pet the Bogling?
You can pet the bogling
|Boglings are the raccoon-squirrel looking creatures, making a comeback from the first game. They are first encountered in Koboh in Chapter 2. After you visit the Cantina there are always Boglings located at the stables next to the Cantina which can be petted at any time.|
Gain the attention of a mysterious stranger
|For this you need to kill all 17 Bounty Enemies:|
|Who Gives a Puck
Obtain your first bounty
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed.
Towards the end of Chapter 3, while on your way to Research Tanalorr at Dagan’s Retreat on Koboh, you will be attacked by the Bounty Hunter Korej Lim. Kill him and after the cutscene where you meet Caij you’ll unlock this. This will also unlock the Bounties section in the Journey Screen.
|Perk of the Job
Equip Perks in all slots
|» Star Wars Jedi: Survivor All Perk Slot Locations|
Trade 25 collected items
|This will unlock automatically on the way to Splurgle. Spend 25 items in any of the game’s shops using Data Discs, Priorite Shards or Jedah Scrolls.|
Train with your weapons while wearing a headband
|To obtain the headband, you must purchase it from Doma’s Shop in Rambler’s Reach Outpost on Koboh for 7 Priorite Shards and then equip it in the Customization menu. Then, make your way to Jedah. Once you land, hit the Stormtrooper training dummy located next to your spaceship with your lightsaber.|
|A Presence I’ve Not Felt Since…
Wear an old wardrobe staple
|The old wardrobe stable is the Poncho from Fallen Order. To get it, you need to defeat the Spawn of Oggdo enemy located in Koboh Fort Kah’Lin region. This will happen automatically as you clean up the territories for other collectible-related trophies. Move through the watchtowers in the area until you reach the big circular platform with a group of patrolling droids and a tempting treasure in the middle of it. Once you step on it, it will drop underneath you and you’ll go straight into this battle. After you kill it you can open the chest in this room for the Poncho, then go to the Customization menu and equip it.|
|Hey, Luke At Us
Equip a new cosmetic in every Cal slot
|To obtain new cosmetics for Cal, you can either find them in the numerous chests found around the world or buy them from shops. It is highly encouraged to complete the Phon’Qi Caverns to grab the Map Upgrade which populates the world with Chests first. Then, you can edit his outfit in the pause menu. For this trophy you need to change the following: Hair, Jacket, Shirt and Pants. Beard is not necessary.|
Dropkick an enemy while wearing a mullet
|To obtain the Mullet, you need to find it in a chest in the Derelict Dam region of Koboh. You can only obtain this when you get the Slam power in Chapter 4. From the Meditation Point, go forwards and cross the tar pit and climb up the vines. To the left, opposite the huge creature, is a yellow platform which you can lower with Slam (press and . Climb up, then go forwards and jump across to the floating yellow barge and kill the droids. Go to the back of it and drop down to the platform with an Echo and a chest which contains the Mullet. Equip it in the customization menu. To perform a dropkick, equip the Crossguard Stance from any Meditation Point and then run towards any enemy while holding .|
Customize BD-1, the blaster, and Cal’s lightsaber with new parts
|To be able to customize BD-1, the blaster, and Cal’s lightsaber, you first need to collect BD-1’s Assembly kit from the table in the kitchen inside the Mantis (your spaceship). This can be done as soon as you’re able to control Cal inside the Mantis at the end of Chapter 1 and it’s an unmissable and necessary objective to advance the story.
This will unlock Workbenches, allowing you to customize BD-1 itself and your Lightsaber. As for the Blaster, Bode will give it to you after discovering the Jedi Archives on Jedha (unmissable, story-related event) as part of Chapter 3. Once you have everything required to unlock the trophy, head to any Workbench like the one on the Mantis to start customizing. For the trophy, you simply need to choose any customization option for any of the categories. You don’t need to apply a custom look for all categories.
Fill the aquarium in the cantina
|For this you must find all 12 Fish Locations:|
Find space for a full garden
|This requires finding all 10 Plants:|
Win all holotactics matches
|Star Wars Jedi: Survivor contains a mini-game called Holotactics. You must win all matches for this rophy. It is highly encouraged to finish the story and recruit all recruitable characters for the Cantina first or otherwise you won’t be able to play against certain opponents. Here’s what you need to do for it:
Scan every type of enemy to fill out the Tactical Guide
|» Star Wars Jedi: Survivor All Enemy Scans Locations (Tactical Guide)|
Use BD-1 to investigate a target in the distance
|First, you must advance the story until you unlock the BD Visor ability on planet Kobo in Chapter 2. At any point after this, press > > to scan an enemy through the binoculars. If it’s an enemy you’ve already scanned it will say ” Show Tactical Guide Entry”, in this case clicking on an already scanned will unlock the trophy. If necessary, zoom in with or . It works on any enemy.|
Purchase all of Doma’s merchandise
|Doma’s Shop is found on Koboh and it unlocks in Chapter 2 after rescuing Zee from the Jedi Chamber of Duality and returning to the Cantina. Doma’s Shop can be found to the left of the Cantina when facing it. To access Doma’s Shop, interact with the trinket on the table. To be able to make purchases you have to own the required amount of Priorite Shards, a collectible loot that can be found all throughout Koboh and Coruscant or obtained from killing Scavenger Droids.
To buy everything the Shop has to offer you need a total of 100 Priorite Shards. In short, you need to find all Priorite Shards and the best way to go about it is to first unlock the Map Upgrade that populates all planets’ maps with Treasure – see All Map Upgrades. This can be found in the center of Jedha > Arid Flats. There in the middle sits an area called Wayfinder’s Tomb. To access it, you need to solve three environmental puzzles found across Arid Flats and in their specific areas. These are Path of Conviction, Path of Persistence, and Path of Restoration (all shown on the Holomap and found at the edges of Arid Flats). Solving these puzzles opens the tomb, giving you access to the first map. This Map Upgrade populates all planets with the locations of Treasures (Priorite Shards, Data Discs, and Jedha Scrolls).
After fully exploring all planets, it’s very likely that you’ll be on 99/100 Priorite Shards. The last one is much trickier than the others; the map shows an icon at the stables in Rambler’s Reach Outpost but it isn’t visible anywhere. To get it, you need to stable a Nekko in the stall to the right of the entrance, but it has to be a brightly coloured Nekko (either purple, pink or red). You might be lucky and see one of these roaming around near the stables, but if not then fast travel to Bygone Settlement and jump down from the ledge you’re on and there should be a purple one there. If not, you’ll soon come across one in this small area. Then travel back to the stable, dismount with and rest at a Meditation Point. Come back and the Nekko will have pooped out the Shard, which you can pull out of the pile of dung with the Force Lift ability once you earn it from the story.
|The Jedi Path
Fully upgrade 3 skill trees
|The game features 9 skill trees, 1 for Survival, 5 for Lightsaber (1 per stance), and 3 for Force.
The Survival tree features the Resilience section (14 skill points needed) for a total of 9 skills. The Lightsaber tree features the Single (13 skill points needed), Double-Bladed (12 skill points needed), Dual Wield (15 skill points needed), Blaster (12 skill points needed) and Crossguard (11 skill points needed) sections for a total of 40 skills. The Force tree features the Jedi Concentration (12 skill points needed), Telekinesis and Confusion (12 skill points needed) sections for a total of 25 skills.
To unlock this trophy, you need to acquire every single skill from 3 of these trees. You don’t need to buy all skills. You can earn XP for skill points in a variety of ways: killing enemies, scanning the environment for lore, interacting with Echoes and Essences, completing story chapters and Force Tears and many others. If need be, you can always reset enemies at Meditation Points to farm XP, but if you go for 100% completion this won’t be necessary.
|Blood, Sweat, and Tears
Complete all Force Tears
|» Star Wars Jedi: Survivor All Force Tear Locations|