What are the best tips for playing Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order?

Johannes Gelilang - Contributor

The long wait is over! Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It is the first single-player Star Wars video game from EA since it bought the right to produce games based on the franchise. Another interesting story to look into is that Respawn Entertainment was the developer behind this game. For starters, Respawn Entertainment is the team behind some successful multiplayer games, including the Titanfall video game series, and the battle royale Apex Legends. Sooner or later, we will find out how this game pans out for both Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment. In the meantime, are you ready to dive into Fallen Order?

Unlike the older Star Wars games, this game is part action and part adventure. As the Jedi trainee Cal Kestis, you will spend most of your playing time discovering new worlds and gaining new abilities. You would even find yourself returning to places that you've been before to unlock new paths and collect hidden items. In the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order guide below, you can see the most concise and the most useful advice we wish we knew before we even started. This list will help all players, veterans and rookies alike, make it through the first few hours of the video game. All the tips in this Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order game guide is a little bit hard to digest at first thanks to the intricacies of the game's combat and exploration system. But rest assured that with the application of these tips, and with your innate skill, you will be a Jedi Master in no time. May the force be with you.

  1. 1Freely switch between different difficulties early in the game


    There's no such thing in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order as "the higher the difficulty, the better the reward." Also, you are not punished for changing the difficulty of the game, so you can freely do so at any given point. It is advisable to have a feel of the game on all four difficulties when you first play the game for a better playing experience.

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  1. 2Practice your fighting tactics against early foes


    In line with the prior tip, players should learn how to take down enemies early on the game after selecting the right difficulty. Although this game does not revolve around fighting alone, Cal will have to face a lot of it. Practice using the Force to throw your opponents on a cliff (yes, it is possible) or on whatever way to defeat foes. Avoid mashing the attack button as it won't take you far in the game.

  2. 3Maximize BD-1's functions


    Trust us, BD-1 is such a great companion throughout Cal's adventure in the game. Given that Fallen Order has lots of complicated puzzles and riddles tied to both the campaign and for rewards. By holding the down button on the controller's directional pad, BD-1 will reveal a hint to Cal concerning the problem. BD-1 also has the functionality of scanning enemies. Utilize it so as to help with your fights along the way.

  1. 4Explore the whole game map


    Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order's worlds are inspired by Metroid, so everyone should expect the unexpected. Along the way, there will be lots of twists and turns that intertwine one place to another. With no dead ends, your discovery will be limitless. So when the game instructs you to move forward, it is highly suggested that you roam around all sides and corners of the area first for any hidden paths and loots before you proceed.

  2. 5Customization doesn't add power to Cal


    In Fallen Order, there's no armor. There are no attribute bonuses, and there's no way to ramp up the power of your lightsaber. Those chests are solely for cosmetics, which is alright though. Cal can have a stylish or cool outfit, and you can pimp up your ride with a new paint job for your ship. BD can also acquire new color schemes that you can mix and match, and you'll also discover various parts for your lightsaber.


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