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How Many Planets Are in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor?

How Many Planets Are in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor?

Fans of Star Wars Jedi can hope to reunite with Cal Kestis in the upcoming Jedi Survivor. The game is set to release sometime later in 2023. It’s been a while since we’ve seen Cal in action but he’s back with the dual-light saber on-hand from the get-go. But what about planets? How many planets are we getting in Star Wars Jedi Survivor? Let’s get right into it.

Star Wars Jedi Survivor will have the seven planets from the previous game; Bracca, Ilum, Kashyyyk, Nur, Zeffo, Dathomir, and Bogano. But this time, the explorable area should be quite massive and filled with side activities too.


We got to see tons of planets in Jedi Fallen order, but they were pretty lackluster for the most part, with some planets being pretty bare-bones and having restricted open-world sections.

While little has been revealed regarding the game world, we hope EA gives us more expansive open-world planets this time around.

Planets in Jedi Survivor

Star Wars Jedi Survivor Planets

So, the big question. How many planets are there in Star Wars Jedi Survivor? Currently, we only know about seven different planets. You’ve probably already seen some of them in the previous entry.

  • Bracca
  • Ilum
  • Kashyyyk
  • Nur
  • Zeffo
  • Dathomir
  • Bogano

You had the ability to vastly explore planets the likes of Zeffo, Kashyyyk, Dathomir, Bogano, and Ilum. While going to Kashyyyk was all fine and dandy, the exploration was pretty lackluster owing to the lack of civilization and world-building. 

As for Bracca, you could only go there once, during the beginning of the game, as a part of the tutorial section.

There was a lot of replayability involved with different planets too. Players could unlock new abilities with each quest, return to a previous planet, use said ability, and discover hidden items, gear, and lightsaber upgrades.

But all in all, the world-building just wasn’t there. Something the likes of Skyrim and Elden Ring level of world-building was expected, but EA fell pretty short on those terms.


But from what we’ve observed in Fallen Order’s gameplay so far, you can expect to delve into breathtaking sceneries and expansive wildlife this time around.

Exploration and world-building seem to be pretty spot-on from a gameplay and design perspective as seen in Coruscant. Still, we don’t know how significantly massive the planets are in Jedi Survivor. We’ll have to wait and see once the game releases.


So, what are your thoughts on Star War Jedi Survivor’s planets? We expected to see some different planets in the new open-world roster. Maybe, EA is holding out on us. But from the gameplay so far, things seem to be pretty great. We just hope it doesn’t disappoint upon launch.