What would a Jedi be without a lightsaber? In Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order you’ll find out, though you’ll also get to build and customise your own.
As you play through Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, you’ll sometimes happen upon workbenches. Visiting many of these for the first time will allow you to upgrade BD-1 in some way, but workbenches are also where you can customise your lightsaber. And the good news is that you’ll also find a workbench right at the back of your ship.
Interact with a workbench and you’ll be taken to the lightsaber customisation screen. There, you can customise many aspects of your lightsaber such as the emitter, the hilt, the material, and even the colour of the blade. At the start of the game, however, your options are limited.
To find new lightsaber customisation parts, you need to open containers spread throughout each planet. Some of them you can’t open straight away though; if they need slicing, you need to upgrade BD-1 first. Once you have some more customisation options unlocked, return to a workbench to further customise your lightsaber.
Be aware that customising your lightsaber in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order doesn’t change its parameters in any way. It’s purely cosmetic. And if you want your blade to be another colour other than blue or green, simply have patience. Good things come to those who wait.
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- How long does it take to beat?
- How many planets are there?
- When do you get your robot companion BD-1?
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- How to save your game