Best PC Keybinds for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor - Controls Guide
Best Keybinds for Jedi Survivor - Controls Guide
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Best PC Keybinds for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – Controls Guide

The best set of keybinds for PC players

Before you even enter the world of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, the game will trigger a pop-up window that states the game is better played with a controller over a keyboard and mouse. This is likely because Jedi Survivor was developed with controllers in mind. I played the game using both kinds of input devices and found that the controller keybinds were a little more intuitive, but a keyboard and mouse was still a viable option. If you opt for the latter choice, then you will need the best set of keybinds to maximize your success in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

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You can alter your keybinds in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor by going to Settings, and then hitting Controller. Here, you can select the option that says “Edit Keybinds” at the bottom of the screen. In this menu, you can alter all of the default keybinds to whatever you want. Below, you can see what we recommend for each option. However, if you have a personal preference for a certain keybind, you should go with that choice, as familiarity should always be put first.

Best Keybinds for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

We have listed all of the recommended keybinds below.

  • Move Up – W
  • Move Left – A
  • Move Down – S
  • Move Right – D
  • Attack – Left Click
  • Parry/Block – Right Click
  • Jump – Space
  • Evade/Drop – Left Alt
  • Special Attack – F
  • Heal – Q
  • Interact/Locked/Ascension Cable – E
  • Target – Middle Mouse
  • Map – M
  • Sprint – Left Shift
  • Stance 1 – X
  • Stance 2 – C
  • Focus – Left Control
  • Companion Combat Assist – Left Click
  • Push – 2
  • Pull – 3

As previously stated, if you have a set of keybinds that you have grown familiar with, you should use those. However, for any player looking for a rough set of keybinds that don’t require much muscle memory, these will be your best bet when traversing the galaxy and fighting droids.

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