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What Will Happen To Cal Kestis Next On Star Wars Jedi: Survivor?

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What Will Happen To Cal Kestis Next On Star Wars Jedi: Survivor?

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, which clocks up at roughly 15 to 20 hours, is a compelling tale of loss, sorrow, sadness, and hope that never loses its sense of adventure. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor maintains a high level of intensity throughout its entire playthrough, and its pacing is among of the best in a Star Wars product overall, from the game's initial theft on Coruscant to its very last boss encounter in the heart of Tanalorr's collapsing High Republic Jedi temple.


Fans may be able to extend Star Wars Jedi: Survivor's narrative for an additional 10 hours by thoroughly exploring each of its colourful planets, but there's no avoiding the game's unavoidable conclusion. The conclusion of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, like that of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, offers a lot of room for a future sequel, but it's not obvious where Cal Kestis' path will lead.


After Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, where does Cal Kestis go?


The majority of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor's main story centers on the planet of Tanalorr and Cal Kestis' journey to get there, despite a few infrequent detours. Tanalorr is the ideal safe haven for anyone fleeing the Empire because it is hidden by a deadly abyss and can't be found by ordinary sensors. However, Cal isn't the only person seeking Tanalorr. Cal Kestis discovers Dagan Gera, a Jedi from the High Republic who has been preserved in stasis for hundreds of years, along the journey. Before being placed in hibernation, Dagan joined the Dark Side and overthrew the Jedi who forbade him from instructing students on Tanalorr.


Cal ultimately overcomes Dagan Gera after a number of bloody conflicts around the galaxy and takes the star compass he requires to cross the Koboh Abyss and get to Tanalorr. However,  game like Genshin Impact r34 new crew member Bode Akuna betrays the Mantis crew before he can, bringing the Empire and Darth Vader to Jedha. Vader kills Cal's mentor Cere even though she almost prevails in the fight, and the Jedha underground tunnels are almost completely devastated. The Mantis crew finds a different route to Tanalorr and encounters Bode there. Bode is there with his little daughter Kata, who is his main purpose for serving for the Empire. Cal Kestis is left to burn the bodies of everyone he has lost after being forced to kill Bode, and it is obvious that the sadness has affected him.


In the closing scenes of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Cal sobs at the base of Cere's funeral pyre and vows to honor her memory by "building something that will outlast the Empire." He says, though, that he's afraid of "what comes next" and doesn't feel prepared to go on without her. Cere makes her farewell appearance as Cal looks off into the distance, merely begging Cal to "guide her through the darkness." When Cal Kestis, a Jedi Knight, hears that, he turns around, gives his master's lightsaber one last glance, and then he moves in the direction of his future.



That fate, though, is not quite certain. If Cere's statements are to be believed, then Cal Kestis' next adventure appears to be helping Kata deal with the loss of both of her parents and, if she is old enough and has a family history of the Force, teaching her to become a Jedi when she is. Similar to how Star Wars Rebels stashed Ezra across the galaxy to ensure that future appearances were always possible while also justifying his departure in the original trilogy, Cal and his crew's current concealment on Tanalorr leaves the door open for appearances in the future. Cal could either be left to his isolation on Tanalorr for a few years, returning in either in-game or live-action format whenever he's needed to finish the story, or Respawn might decide to produce a sequel right immediately and it would make perfect sense.



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