What to do with Datadiscs in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
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There are several different forms of currency in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. The Priorite Shards might be the most prevalent for players, especially since they are found early in the game. However, other forms will begin to pop up in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, including Datadiscs.

Datadiscs are primarily found on the ground in specific spots across the various planets and levels. However, unlike Priorite Shards, Datadiscs don’t give off any indication that they are in a location. Players have to find the spot where the “Interact” prompt appears to loot the Datadiscs.

Because of this, Datadiscs are extremely rare and can only be used at one specific shop in Survivor. If you want to see what to do with your hard-earned Datadiscs, then keep reading the guide below.

Fair warning, though, as there are minor spoilers for the level of Koboh in the explanation.

Turning in Datadiscs in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

You can only exchange Datadiscs for items at Zee’s Shop on Koboh. Zee is the ancient droid that you encounter while on Koboh. After escorting the droid back to the Pyloon Saloon and having the bartender fix it up, Zee will open a small shop on the second floor of the saloon.

What to do with Datadiscs in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
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This shop only opens up after you have completed the main story questline on Koboh and you are getting ready to take off in the Mantis with Greez and Bode. Before you leave, you can go to the second floor and find Zee at a small table surrounded by some other people. Go up to the table to access Zee’s Shop, where you can turn in your Datadiscs for items like new cosmetics for Cal and BD-1.

What to do with Datadiscs in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
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Zee’s Shop is the only location where you can use your Datadiscs, so you will have to keep coming back to Koboh to buy new items with them.

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