There’s a toggle for human dismemberment
While Star Wars was never really known for excessive gore, there is a lot of dismemberment. In fact, it’s the kill method of choice from Jedi and Sith alike, and you’re going to be doing a lot of it in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Provided that you keep the default dismemberment option on, that is! Here’s a quick breakdown of what to expect from Jedi Survivor.
Human dismemberment can be turned on or off in the options menu
Now, there are some brutal scenes, in terms of raw violence (mostly in the boss encounters). By and large Jedi Survivor isn’t a gory game per se, but there is a lot of dismemberment. Stormtroopers are the most obvious victims, but there’s no gushing blood or anything when you chop their limbs off.
If you want, you can turn that all off in the options menu. You’ll find the “human dismemberment” toggle in the options menu (the gear in the start button menu), under gameplay, then all the way at the bottom under the “other” section with tutorial enabling and an Arachnaphobia safe mode.
Note that this toggle does not impact creatures, and does not apply to cutscenes. So all scripted instances of any dismemberment will still show up as intended.