Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has beautiful scenery but running across Koboh can get a little annoying. This is why having a mount by your side is invaluable. Aside from traversing across planets, mounts are also needed to reach otherwise inaccessible areas. In this Star Wars Jedi: Survivor guide, we have detailed everything you need to know about unlocking every mount.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Mounts
Taming a creature is a pretty simple process. After you have found a ridable creature, you just need to approach it, and press the on-screen prompt to befriend it. After it is unlocked, you will be able to use it to travel on different planets.
There are a total of three mounts that you can use. These are:
|Mount||Special Ability||Where to Find|
|Relter||It can glide across large gaps but it is pretty situational.||This is the first mount that you will acquire. You will be able to tame it after you clear the Bilemaw Den a couple of hours into the game.|
|Nekko||It can jump really high which is useful for reaching otherwise inaccessible areas.||You will find Nekko in the Forest Array as well. To find it, head over to the Basalt Forest.|
|Spamel||It is incredibly speedy which is really good for covering large distances.||For this one, you will need to travel to the Ancient Ruins in Jedha. Since you will visit the area during the campaign, it should not be hard to come across it.|
Can I Store Mounts?
Despite the fact that taming is pretty simplified, it can quickly get hectic if you are needed to tame a new creature whenever you go to a different area. This is where the ability to store mounts comes into play.
In order to store a creature in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you will need to bring it to the Rambler Reach Outpost on Kohboh. This is where you will be able to store the mount and summon it whenever you need it.
To summon your stored mount, you press R1/RB and it will appear right next to you unless you are next to some enemies.
Best Mounts to Use
Since every mount has a distinct use, it is hard to answer to this question. For instance, if you need to cover large distances in a short time, Spamel is the play. If we were to recommend one, we would probably go for Nekko since it is a decent all-rounder.
This is all you need to know about how to get all the mounts in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. If there is anything else you would like to add, be sure to let us know in the comments down below.