To get the Double-Bladed Lightsaber in Star Wars Jedi Survivor, you need to progress through the game until you reach the opening Coruscant mission. The game will prompt you to switch stances, and from that point on, you can switch at will.

Equipping the Double-Bladed Lightsaber increases your damage against groups of enemies and ranged opponents. To switch between a single and double-bladed lightsaber, you need to use the controller or keyboard and equip two stances. Looks great paired with the Edgehawk set.

The left D-pad or X is stance 1, and the right D-pad or C is stance 2. You can swap your stances at a meditation point or workbench.

Double-Bladed Lightsaber Stance

Jedi Survivor Double Bladed Stance
Jedi Survivor Double Bladed Stance

This technique strikes a good balance between speed, defense, and power, making it effective at combating crowds of enemies.

It’s also known for its mobility and energy, which is especially useful against Heavy Assault Stormtroopers and their rotary blasters. To improve Cal Kestis’ skills in the Double-Bladed lightsaber stance, players should save skill points to spend on the skill tree.

Some of the Double-Bladed Lightsaber Stance skills include attacking a single enemy, diving forward while spinning the lightsaber, performing a second lightsaber throw around Cal, and slamming down while airborne to deal damage in an area.

Best Use of Double-Bladed Saber Stance

This Stance is best used for dealing with multiple enemies. Its wide range of attacks can hit most or all enemies, making it great for crowd control. However, it is not as effective in single-target situations, as each hit deals less damage compared to other stances.

To fully utilize the Double-Bladed Saber Stance, it is recommended to swap frequently between it and the Dual Wield Stance, which is better suited for single enemies. This way, the strengths of both stances can be leveraged. For best results, use the Dual Wield Stance for single enemies and the Double-Bladed Saber Stance for groups of enemies.

Strengths and Weaknesses

The best option is up against multiple enemies, with the second blade hitting enemies behind or to the side, creating cover while you focus on your primary target. Its force abilities can deal damage to multiple targets as well.

However, when it comes to stronger individual enemies, the stance’s single-target damage output is weaker than other stances. Thus, the Double-Bladed Saber Stance can leave you at a disadvantage when facing a lone enemy.

Skill Tree Recommendations

There are certain perks in the skill tree that can help enhance your performance in combat:

It is recommended to have the Block Meter Perk, which gives an extra bar for your block meter, making it less likely to run out of stamina.

The Shatter Perk is also useful, as it drains more of your opponent’s block meter, helping you in draining their stamina.

For added damage, use the Lightweaver Perk, which increases lightsaber damage temporarily after switching stances.

It is important to switch between stances frequently, utilizing both the Double-Bladed Stance for multi-target situations and Dual Wield for single-target situations.

All Double-Bladed Lightsaber Stance Skills

Mastering all of the skills is essential. This stance is particularly effective against crowds, making it a great choice for dealing with multiple foes at once.

Here are all the Double-Bladed Lightsaber Stance skills you need to know:

  • Hold Square/X to deal fast strikes towards a single enemy.
  • Hold L1/LB and press Square/X to dive forward while spinning the lightsaber.
  • Press Triangle/Y again to perform a second lightsaber throw around Cal.
  • Continue pressing Square/X to add additional attacks at the end of the double-bladed attack chain.
  • Press Triangle/Y while airborne to slam down, dealing damage in an area.
  • Hold Triangle/Y to perform an attack that pulls enemies in a small area and takes Cal into the air.
  • Multifold Reflections (2 skill points) – Hold L1/LB right before the blaster shots connect to reflect them back towards nearby targets.
  • Controlled Throw (2 skill points) – Hold L1/LB and Triangle/Y to throw the lightsaber. Keep Triangle/Y held to maintain the lightsaber’s position, and use the left stick to direct it around.

With these skills in your arsenal, you will be able to take on any enemy that comes your way. So start saving up those skill points and get ready to become the ultimate Jedi warrior.