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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has an arachnophobia setting if you're scared of spiders

Catherine Lewis

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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has an arachnophobia setting if you're scared of spiders

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It’s finally time - Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is out today, and you have every reason in the world to be hyped for it.

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As fun as Fallen Order was for the most part, it’s undeniable that it had its issues. The fact that there was no fast travel option was seriously frustrating when all you wanted to do was get back to the ship to continue the story, and that was compounded by the holomap being an absolute nightmare to use. However, Survivor has fixed those issues and then some.

Take a look at our review for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor right here.

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In his review, GAMINGbible’s own Will McCue gave Survivor a nine out of 10, and wrote: “Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is an exceptional sequel, improving on every gripe fans had with Fallen Order while adding countless new features in that’ll keep players engrossed for a long, long time. It’ll take something really special to come out to stop Survivor being the best action/adventure game of 2023.”

As IGN reports, something totally new to Survivor is arachnophobia mode - an accessibility feature which arachnophobic players can use to remove all spider-like enemies from the game with the flick of a switch. If you didn’t enjoy fighting or generally being in the company of the Wyyyschokks in Fallen Order, then this is the perfect solution.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor isn’t the only game that’s been mindful to include accessibility options for people with common phobias lately. Horizon Forbidden West got an update right before the PS5-exclusive Burning Shores DLC released, which included a new thalassophobia mode to help those with a fear of deep water play more comfortably.

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Anyway, to those of you working today, here’s hoping that the day passes quickly so that you can get home and dive into Star Wars Jedi: Survivor ASAP. May the Force be with you.

Topics: EA, Respawn Entertainment, Star Wars, Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Catherine Lewis
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