One of the more laid-back aspects of Star Wars: Jedi Survivor is the cosmetics system. To put it simply, there’s several customization options for the main character Cal and these extend to things like his hair (both on his head and his face), his entire wardrobe, and his weapons. Most of these items are found throughout the course of the game in treasure chests that are scattered all over the map. In the game there is a trophy/achievement is called Road House and as the name might suggest, you’ll need to find the mullet hair accessory and perform a drop kick on an enemy. This accessory isn’t super easy to find, so we’ve put together this guide to hopefully push you into the right direction for it.
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Where to get the Mullet in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
The mullet can be located in one of the early locations on Koboh near the initial crash site - however, you must have obtained the Force ability to lift and slam objects up from your exploration in the downed Lucrehulk on Koboh. In order to find the chest with the mullet inside, you’ll need to have gotten to the Derelict Dam area and located a large platform rising out of the sludge after you use the Force to climb a platform near the destroyed dam. Approach the drop off towards the left and you should see some small yellow platforms you can jump onto. Make sure you get on those as soon as possible as staying too long in the sludge will eventually kill you.
Make your way to the back of the large platform and climb up to find a chest. The mullet should be inside.
How to Equip Cosmetics in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
Cal can equip various accessories throughout the game so you can customize him however you’d like. Enter the main menu and select Customize. There should be a hair option and just tab over until you find the mullet or any other hairstyle you’d like to use for him. Once you’ve selected the cosmetics you want, make sure they’re applied and exit back out to the game to make free use of them.
The benefit of the cosmetics system is that it gives you a little more freedom when it comes to customizing Cal as a character. While he isn’t a character you create yourself, being able to dress him up how you want adds a bit of personal touch. The best part is, you can swap your cosmetics around whenever you’d like by going back to the menu – there is no set rules either as whatever you put on will show up properly in cutscenes.
If you’re super adventurous, there’s even a New Game+ option that lets you randomize your cosmetics upon death. In order to do this, finish the main scenario to gain access to the New Game+ Perks and select the Perk called Trendsetter. Equip said Perk at any Meditation Point and have some fun.
How to Unlock the Roadhouse Achievement / Trophy
Now that you've got a classic haircut - all you need to do is find an enemy near a ledge and kick them off. Boom, now you've got the Roadhouse Achievement.