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From Dathomir To Bracca, Every Planet In 'Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order', Ranked

Updated December 26, 2019 542 votes 122 voters 2.1k views7 items

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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is an excellent game for many reasons, but one of the biggest is the fact that it lets players take full advantage of all the unique, imaginative environments it has to offer. From dark swamps to snowy mountains to a planet with a blood-red sun, Fallen Order constantly changes it up while also being photo-mode-ready at all times. While the environments always look stunning, however, what lies within them can be pretty unforgiving. Some of the planets from Fallen Order are a breeze to get through, while others will have you reloading saves over and over.

Ever wondered which planet was the hardest (or easiest)? This list ranks every playable planet in Fallen Order by how difficult they are, as well as a few tips and tricks for getting past each.

If you've already made your way through Fallen Order, vote up all the planets you had a hard time navigating, that way other gamers can help prepare themselves for the epic battles ahead. 

  • 5. Kashyyyk

    Photo: EA

    The home planet of the Wookiees, Kashyyyk, the layout of the planet is linear, so it's pretty much impossible to get lost, and the enemies are manageable. Overall, it might be one of the more straightforward planets in the game.

    Terrain: Forests, Oceans, Swamps

    Notable Collectibles: 

    • Force Essence Upgrade: In the Forest Trench shortly after joining Saw, swing across a vine and use wallrun to find it nearby.
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  • 6. Bogano

    Photo: EA

    Bogano isn't too terribly challenging, as its one of the earlier planets the player explores. You'll find some decently challenging enemies for that point in the game, but when you return later it's not too difficult to get through.

    Terrain: Mesaa, Wetlands

    Notable Collectibles:

    • Double-Bladed Lightsaber: If you choose not to get this upgrade on Dathomir, you can also find it here, but only after you've unlocked the Force Push ability. To access the upgrade, make your way to the Abandoned Workshop, and you can find it behind a hidden entrance halfway up the spiraling pathway.
    • Force Essence Upgrade: Can be found at the same workbench as the double-bladed lightsaber.
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  • 7. Bracca

    Photo: EA

    The junker planet Bracca is the first planet you encounter and, therefore, probably one of the easiest. It's mostly just some tutorialization and exposition, and then you're off to the next one.

    Terrain: Junkyards, Plains

    There are no notable collectibles on Bracca.

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