While Cal Kestis has a wide variety of Force abilities at his disposal, lightsabers are the more refined choice for close quarters combat. This means he’ll have to practice letting go and bringing it back in order to effectively deal with foes who are at a safe distance. Check below to know How to Throw Your Lightsaber in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.
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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – How to Throw Your Lightsaber
One of the most useful combat features in Jedi: Fallen Order was the ability to throw your lightsaber and utilize it at long range, therefore its inclusion in Jedi: Survivor is well appreciated. In keeping with the notion that Cal retains his talents between stories, the ability is immediately accessible to employ with the other force abilities he mastered in the previous game.
In combat, holding down the Parry button (LB on Xbox, L1 on PlayStation, RMB on PC) and then performing a Force Attack (Y on Xbox, Triangle on PlayStation, F on PC) will allow you to throw your lightsaber. Unless an enemy is first targeted, at which point Cal will direct his throw toward where he is concentrating, Cal will throw his lightsaber in the direction he is facing. To throw your lightsaber, which is a form of Force assault, you must have enough Force stored in your meter.
Changing your lightsaber stance can improve your throws, with some stances being more beneficial than others. Mastering the art of timing and aiming throws into dense enemy crowds can give you the upper hand in many tough battles.