Find out where all the Koboh Seed Pods are in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor with a Holomap upgrade.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor — How to Find All Seed Locations Fast

Find out where all the Koboh Seed Pods are in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor with a Holomap upgrade.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has hundreds of collectibles. These range from cosmetic options, such as those for Cal Kestis and BD-1, to resource collectibles for several vendors. One collectible type, in particular, is called Koboh Seed Pods. And instead of searching them all down yourself, there’s a quick way to reveal their locations on your Holomap. Here’s our guide to help you find all the Seed locations in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

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How to Reveal All Koboh Seed Pods in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

The are 145 kinds of Koboh Seed Pods in Jedi Survivor. It goes without saying that finding them all yourself would be an absolutely headache-inducing task. Fortunately, there’s a way to make the process a lot easier in the long run: unlocking a Holomap upgrade

What Do Seed Pods Look Like in Jedi Survivor? 

If you don’t know what you’re looking for, it’s likely you’ll walk right past Seed Pods. As you play through Koboh, you’ll notice glowing plants with “fireflies” flattering around in them. These are Seed Pods. If you move across them or slash them with your Lightsaber, they’ll be added to your inventory.

Other nearby plants also reward you with the same types of Seeds for that particular plant, but there are different color variants for Seed Pods, too.

You’ll unlock the Garden Plots after rescuing Zee in the first High Republic Chamber/Jedi Temple, whereupon you’ll gain access to the Rooftop Garden in Pyloon’s Saloon. Later, on the planet of Jedha, you’ll meet an NPC named Pili, who’ll unlock new Garden Plots for you.

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How to Unlock the Holomap Upgrade for Seed Pods

From one plot at the start, you’ll have two that are unlockable. Here’s how to unlock the fourth plot for the Holomap upgrade: 

  • Make sure you’ve been growing unique types of plants (i.e., you should see each type categorized by colors and rare variants).
  • If you think there might be duplicates, try to remove those and replant unique types based on different colors or rarities.
  • Have the first three Garden Plots full of plants and wait until they’re fully grown; it should take roughly 20 to 30 minutes for them to grow.
  • Progress further in the campaign so you gain access to other abilities and zones on Koboh, which should have additional seed types, too.

Once all three plots have (mostly) unique plants that have fully grown, talk to Pili. Cal will then remark that the fourth Garden Plot is available. Walk up to it, and you’ll notice a terminal. Slice it with BD-1 to receive the Map Upgrade: Seed Pods.

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This is how you reveal all Seed locations in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. From this point onward, Seed Pods will appear as icons on your map. There are other resources and side activities that you can tackle, such as Aquarium Fish, Holotactics, and Bounty Hunters. For other tips and tricks, visit our Star Wars Jedi: Survivor guides hub.

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