Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Latest Patch Finally Stops the Training Dummy’s “Movements”

New patch brings more fixes and an introduces an interesting new line.

EA has recently released the newest Star Wars Jedi: Survivor patch across PC and consoles.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor\ is a successful sequel to the popular original Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which features Cal Kestis and his crew. It features a new villain, the Empire is still the enemy, and the Jedi Knight is slowly joining the dark side. It got a bad launch on PC, but it seems a lot of the problems are now gone, but Respawn Entertainment is still developing new patches to make sure most of the issues will be removed. Today, a new patch just got released and it has a really interesting fix.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Patch 6 Stops a Dummy

The latest patch usually fixes a variety of issues which includes fixes for crashes and bugs. There is one interesting line though: there is a fix for a certain “training dummy” on Jedha. It seems the training dummy was somehow moving around on the planet and Kestis did not know at all. Well, that has been stopped and everything is normal in the Star Wars universe.

Full Patch Notes

Check out the full patch notes below:

  • Various crash fixes across all platforms
  • Fix for bounty hunters not spawning
  • Fix for an issue where Caij would become invisible
  • Fix for occasional issue where “Find the Gorge’s Secret” Rumor could not be completed
  • Collision improvements
  • Improved blaster handling
  • Fixes for Photo Mode
  • Wind puzzle on Jedha fixed
  • Updates to the holomap map data
  • The training dummy on Jedha was sneaking around. It has now been immobilized
  • Various bug fixes & Improvements

This is also Patch 6 for the game.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is out now on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.