Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Player Discovers Hilarious Hidden Boss Battle
A Star Wars Jedi: Survivor enthusiast has stumbled upon an amusing secret boss encounter while playing the game. The bosses in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor are notoriously tough, yet this specific boss will likely be a breeze for most gamers.
It appears Respawn has included a number of Easter eggs for fans to discover in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Recently, a player uncovered a reference to Attack of the Clones, proving the developer has tapped into multiple aspects of the Star Wars universe to create secret surprises. Although the game has only been out for a short period, these discoveries signify that there could be much more waiting to be uncovered in the coming days.
I freaking love this game 🤣
by u/NoPersonKnowsWhoIAm in FallenOrder
The Easter egg of ‘Rick the Door Technician’ was found by Redditor NoPersonKnowsWhoIAm and is featured in the game Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. When confronted by protagonist Cal Kestis, he boasts and charges, only to be taken down in a single hit. After the demise of the character, a humorous ‘Boss Defeated’ popup appears. Although the character must be defeated in order to progress, players don’t necessarily have to take him on – they can instead choose to avoid him.
It has been suggested that Rick, in the game, could be referencing the SNL sketch from 2015 that had Adam Driver as Kylo Ren from the Star Wars sequels. This reference is quite obscure and so it may be intriguing that it has been included. Additionally, many players have declared Rick to be the best boss in the entire game, with one even going so far as to say that “Vader got nothing on Rick.”
With the game now available to players, the developer of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor can start thinking about the post-release support. Players are hoping that Respawn will make single-player DLC for the game, which was not included at launch. However, the main focus of the studio should be on getting the game working in a playable state for PC gamers. There are still reports of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor being unplayable on the platform and this should be the number one priority before any extra content is released.
The new game Star Wars Jedi: Survivor can now be played on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S.