How to get all lightsaber colors in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Developed by Respawn Entertainment, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order puts players in the role of Cal Kestis, a young Padawan who survived the attack of his Order 66, which was brutally attacked by the Empire.

Little by little you discover the forces of power and learn to use your lightsaber. The game takes the relationship between apprentice and weapon seriously and allows for complete lightsaber customization.

Originally available in green and blue (classic Jedi Order), the gear can be customized with new colors, shapes, and grips.

Here you will find all the colors for your lightsaber and how to apply them.

How to unlock lightsaber colors in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

First, Cal Kestis inherits his master’s lightsaber and can only choose between the colors blue or green. It is necessary to go through the campaign until you reach the planet Ilum.

If you need a new weapon, you can select your Kyber Crystal and forge a new connection with the Force by choosing between the following colors now:

  • Blue
  • Green
  • violet
  • Yellow
  • cyan
  • magenta
  • indigo
  • Orange*

There are eight colors in total, with the orange Lightblade* being exclusive to those who pre-ordered Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and there’s still no way to get it in the campaign. Once you’ve earned the Kyber Crystal, you can visit a workbench anywhere in the world to customize the weapon and change its color.

Check out the scene below of Cal choosing his new weapon color:

How to customize your lightsaber

There are a number of workbenches scattered across the game’s planets. The most accessible of these is in her own ship, the Mantis, near the meditation point. They allow you to customize the lightsaber in five different ways:

  • color (saber color)
  • switch (activation button)
  • sleeve (handle)
  • emitter (emitter, the light output tip)
  • Material (determines the overall appearance of the saber)

Once unlocked, the dual lightsaber can have different options for each mouthpiece. New customization options can be found in chests throughout the campaign.

Some are obvious, others require more dedication on the part of the players. To check how many chests are missing, open the map and hover over a specific region.

How to unlock dual lightsaber in Star Wars Jedi

One of the upgrades available in the game allows Cal to wield a double saber, just like Darth Maul’s. His punches are usually lighter, but the big advantage lies in the ability to ricochet projectiles from multiple directions and deal with a large number of enemies.

To unlock the gear, head to Dathomir once you’ve gained access to the Mantis ship’s holotable. Walk towards the goal until you find a hooded figure.

After the cutscene, go to where the stranger was, look back to find a passage on the right and follow it until you reach the special workbench. There you will learn how to build your double saber.

Another way to get the gear is on Planet Bagona, but for that you need to fully explore Planet Zeffo and acquire the Force Push ability and Scomp Link for your BD-1 robotic companion. It is a much longer route compared to the planet Dathomir.

If you’ve already unlocked the dual sword upon arrival on the planet Ilum, Cal Kestis will separate the blades to perform two special attacks only possible with building the new blade.

Now that you know how to get all the colors and the double lightsaber, it’s time to do everything for the Empire.

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Source(s): Gamepur and Rock Paper Shotgun