Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a pretty long game. It’s also pretty tough unless you’re playing on Story Mode difficulty.
With that in mind, you’re going to want to save your game whenever you can, as you definitely won’t want to lose any progress.
To save your game in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, you need to locate a Meditation Circle. You’ll find plenty of them on each planet you visit, and you can spot them at a distance due to the light blue pillar of light they emit. Simply interact with the Meditation Circle by pressing in the right stick and your game will be saved.
Mediation Circles aren’t only useful for saving your game, however. They’re also where you spend skill points to learn new abilities, and by resting at them you can restore your health and replenish your healing stims. Resting also respawns any enemies in the area though, so be aware of that. If you die, you’ll return to the last Meditation Circle that you activated.
Outside of Meditation Circles, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order also autosaves for you at certain points. So if something disastrous happens, like a power cut or your console failing, you might not lose all the progress since your last manual save.
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- 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