Aspyr Media has finally released Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy on PS4 and Nintendo Switch, months after the fantastic Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast. However, these games are solid and us modern gamers just don’t have the patience we once had. So it’s only natural, then, that everybody playing the game is searching for Jedi Academy PS4 cheats. Hey, there’s no shame in that; these games are much more fun with cheats!
Games these days tend to hide their cheats behind a paywall or DLC, but that’s not the case for Jedi Academy on PS4, or Switch for that matter. The cheats menu is easily accessible if you know how. Lucky for you, I’m a nerd, and I’ve got the cheats for you.
Here’s how you get cheats on Jedi Academy on PS4 and Switch.
- Pause the game
- D-pad up, D-pad down, click left-stick, click right-stick, click left-stick
It’s that easy. Once you’ve followed the instructions above, you’ll have a menu with cheats that you can enable/disable at your leisure. The cheats, like in Jedi Academy, aren’t as robust as the original PC version, but it’s better than nothing. If you’re trying to play the game’s story straight, but find that you’re struggling in some tricky levels, you can always flip the switch on God Mode to give yourself the edge, and then flip it off once you’ve finished. Or give yourself all of the game’s weapons and force powers right away, because force lightning is cool and how dare they keep it from you until it makes sense for the narrative? How rude!
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Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy released on March 26th for PS4 and Nintendo Switch. Unlike Jedi Outcast, this instalment comes with the game’s original multiplayer modes, meaning you’ll be able to go online and play with friends and strangers in some old-school lightsaber duels across a range of multiplayer modes.
There’s also the full single-player story that follows on from Jedi Outcast, though this time you take on the role of a rookie Padawan who stumbles upon a plot to destroy the Jedi. It was thrilling stuff back in the day, and it’s just as good now, so if you’re still waiting patiently for EA to put out another decent single-player Star Wars game, Jedi Academy will do just fine.