Providing you’re not playing the game on the easiest difficulty (no shame if you are!), Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is no easy ride.
You’ll probably get injured (and die) a lot in your adventure. But to stop yourself falling in combat quite so often, you can heal yourself. But how do you do that? Here’s everything you need to know about healing yourself in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
Early on in the story, you’ll become acquainted with BD-1, your little buddy droid who’ll accompany you on your journey. It’s BD-1 that offers the ability to heal. You’ll use items known as stims, and providing you have some in your inventory, BD-1 can heal you at the touch of a button.
To heal in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, simply press up on the d-pad.
By default, you’ll be able to carry two stims, meaning you can heal yourself twice. However, you can find upgrades that’ll allow you to carry more stims, so it’s worth exploring Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’s world in order to find these.
The amount of health each stim restores can also be increased by spending skill points in the relevant places on your skill tree.
Your stims will be restored every time you go to a meditation point (aka a save point) and ‘rest’. But be warned: resting also respawns any enemies in the area.
More Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order guides
- How to acquire and spend skill points
- Is there co-op or multiplayer features?
- How to customise your lightsaber
- How to get the double bladed lightsaber
- What difficulty should you play on?
- How long does it take to beat?
- How many planets are there?
- When do you get your robot companion BD-1?
- How to heal
- How to save your game