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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor: Every Music Track Location


The music in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor can be changed with every Music Track that players find at certain locations, setting the mood for Cal’s story.


One of the many collectibles of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor are Music Tracks, which act as ways for the player to change their ambiance, with more options being available if they find every location of these items. Used in Pyloon’s Saloon, players have the option to change songs played in the Cantina at their leisure. Depending on the Music Tracks that have been found, players have tons of options to change the mood to their liking for Cal’s adventure.

Any Music Track that players find can be brought back to Ashe and DD-EC in Pyloon’s Saloon to add to their collection. Several tracks are already unlocked for players to use, after Ashe and DD-EC move in from Harvest Ridge. Although many of these tunes are only listened to in the Saloon, players that spend a lot of time here customizing Cal or their lightsaber in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will no doubt enjoy the different beats.


How to Find Every Music Track in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor DD-EC Music Track Mix for Different Music in Pyloon's Saloon

There are four locations where players are able to find different Music Tracks, including Jedha, Koboh, the Shattered Moon, and from the vendor named Doma. Doma resides in the Rambler’s Reach Outpost, and usually sells these Tracks in exchange for Priorite Shards. The rest are found in various chests that players will have to hunt down in order to maximize their playlist.

Related: Star Wars Jedi: Survivor: Where To Use Priorite Shard

Music Track

Location

How to Collect

Rumble Droid

Doma’s Shop

Players can buy this Music Track for 3 Priorite Shards.

Sugaan Essena

Doma’s Shop

Players can buy this Music Track for 3 Priorite Shards.

Who Mourns For Tarsis

Doma’s Shop

Players can buy this Music Track for 3 Priorite Shards.

Spiceman

Doma’s Shop

Players can buy this Music Track for 3 Priorite Shards​​​​​​​.

Sublime Raid II

Doma’s Shop

Players can buy this Music Track for 3 Priorite Shards​​​​​​​.

Shortpaw’s Dance

Koboh – Harvest Ridge

Using a Nekko mount, players have to travel to an orange building and reach a chest on its roof by climbing ledges from the caverns below.

Revisit Waters

Jedha – Desert Ridge (Sheltered Hollow)

Jumping from a ridge that connects the Desert Ridge and Sheltered Hollow areas leads to a chest that players must wall run to reach.

Ground Pulse

Shattered Moon

In the room with the green barrier close to the large centrifuge, a chest lies behind several assembly items in the corner off a ledge.

Eerin Siinaa

Koboh – Pyloon’s Saloon

A kitchen door here opens after players finish the first story mission going toward the Shattered Moon, revealing a chest that remains the last of every Music Track location in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

  • Star Wars Jedi Survivor Poster

    Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

    Franchise:
    Star Wars Jedi

    Platform:
    PC, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5

    Released:
    2023-04-28

    Developer:
    Respawn Entertainment

    Publisher:
    Electronic Arts

    Genre:
    Adventure, Sci-Fi, Action

    ESRB:
    T

    Summary:
    Following up after the events of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor continues the journey of Cal Kestis after surviving the aftermath of Order 66 and the mass execution of the Jedi. Five years after barely escaping the clutches of Darth Vader and the Galactic Empire, Cal continues to live on the run with his robot companion, BD-1. Players will now assume the role of Cal Kestis as no longer a Padawan but a Jedi Master. Spanning several planets and further refining and evolving the lightsaber/force-powered Jedi combat in Fallen Order, Survivor will once again put players back into the ever-expanding Star Wars Universe.

    How Long To Beat:
    14 hours

    Prequel:
    Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order



This story originally appeared on Screenrant

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