If you buy the Collector’s Edition, you can also get your hands on a portion of Cal’s vintage lightsaber. Cal Kestis will make a comeback on March 17, 2023, in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, as was announced at The Game Awards a few days ago. Even some gameplay was shown off, showing off new enemy kinds, a glider akin to Breath of the Wild, a grapple hook, mounts, and even a companion combo finisher. The use of the blaster by him is still unknown, though. However, he did display a number of both old and new lightsaber models, including one that resembled Kylo Ren’s.
What does the $300 Collector’s Edition of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Contain?
A $300 collector’s version of the game from Limited Run Games comes with a full-size working replica of Cal’s lightsaber, a box for it, and a steel book (thanks, GamesRadar). A few in-game cosmetics that were inspired by Obi-Wan Kenobi are also included. Although it’s a substantial sum of money, you do receive a lightsaber. Nobody, however, mentioned the blade.
You will need to pay more if you want a full lightsaber like the one Cameron Monaghan was seen wielding at The Game Awards. The collector’s edition, according to the Limited Run website, only comes with the hilt; the blade is “sold separately”
As you may expect, this didn’t sit well with the supporters. Several comments on the Fallen Order Subreddit complained about how pricey it was and how it didn’t even include a full lightsaber. One commenter said, “Hard pass. The only item that would interest me, and even that seems average. They say the hilt is “functional,” but you don’t receive the blade. Lol, fk off. Also, they mention there is no art book, music, or exclusive in-game content.
The collector’s version of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor lacks the blade, but fans are concerned about Greez and Merrin because they were absent from the trailer. This was especially concerning considering that Cal was the only person seated in the pilot’s seat in the trailer’s depiction of the Mantis’ cockpit. In this title, he seems to be on his own, but presumably that’s by choice and not because something has happened to his Fallen Order colleagues.