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.
Dathomir is one of the harder planets in the game due to the enemies you'll encounter there, especially the Bane Back Spiders. Players have the option to go to this planet earlier in the game - which will be insanely difficult - but if they are deft enough, they can receive a super powerful lightsaber upgrade right away.
Terrain: Forest, Mountains, Swamps
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- Double-Bladed Lightsaber: Dathomir is a pretty straightforward planet with one path, so follow that path until you reach a hooded stranger who tells you to turn back. Instead of going back to the ship immediately, look for a small pathway to the left of that area. On this path, you'll find a workbench that has the upgrade that gives you the coveted double-bladed lightsaber.
- Force Essence Upgrade: Make your way to the Mediation point at the Witches Horn, and climb the rock wall. After you enter the door at the top, take the path to the right.
Zeffo isn't too terrible when it comes to enemies, but some players find this planet contentious due to its layout. While other maps are quite linear, this one tries its best to give the player some freedom. Instead, it's a jumble of winding paths that can cause players to get lost easily, hence the frustration.
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- Force Essence Upgrade: At the Tomb of Eilram, you will solve a puzzle that involves controlling a large ball with wind. Once the puzzle is solved, the middle piece will rise up to reveal a hidden area beneath.
- Force Essence Upgrade 2: At the Venator Wreck, you'll find an area that requires you to use Force Pull to bring some hanging ropes toward you. When you swing the second rope toward you, double jump up to a platform on the right.
Nur is home to the Fortress of the Inquisitors, and the final planet the player will reach on their journey through Fallen Order. While there's not a ton here, the boss battles are palpable. First, there's the battle with the Second Sister, which is arguably the most difficult in the game, and then the battle with Darth Vader, which mostly consists of the player evading Vader's attacks. While the final boss is more quick-time events than anything, the Second Sister fight is known to give players a pretty rough time, especially on higher difficulties.
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Ilum is difficult for a few reasons: it's one of the later planets visited, so it's scaled to be more difficult, and the boss fight with Malicos is one of the tougher ones in the game. However, it's also a nice change of pace for the player due to the environment and the split lightsaber upgrade.
Terrain: Snowy caves
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- Kyber Crystals: These collectibles allow you to change the color of the blade of your lightsaber. There are six total that can be found on this planet.