If you’ve been cracking into Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, then you’ve probably been enjoying flexing all of your Force abilities and the company of BD-1 (the cutest robot ever). It wouldn’t be a Star Wars game without traversing the limits out outer space, so if you’re wanting to track some of your progress through the game, check out our Fallen Order planets guide for a list of each one that you’ll encounter.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Planets
Some of the planets in Fallen Order will be familiar to those who consider themselves veterans of the Star Wars series. We’re talking Kashyyyk, which is known for being the Wookie homeworld, and it’s pretty cool to get to explore this area in-depth especially with all the traversal enhancements that Fallen Order gives you as Cal Kestis. You’ll also remember Dathomir if you’ve spent any time at all obsessing over Star Wars villains, so without further ado, here’s the full list of the Fallen Order planets:
There are only five planets in Fallen Order, which doesn’t seem like a whole lot, but each world is expansive and a delight to explore. Especially considering the focus on wall running in the game, players can expect a unique perspective on all ground-level engagements in these planets. It’s time to see them from a new angle! We don’t know all that much about the planets that have been freshly introduced with the title, but we keep getting sent back to Dathomir and Kashyyyk in-game before being punted back to old planets so hey! Unlocking new abilities will improve your efficiency at exploring previous planets so buckle up for a good old-fashioned revisit, space cowboy.
Now that you’ve got our Fallen Order planets guide in hand, cracking through the game might be a little bit easier with an exploration barometer. If you need help with anything else in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, check out some of the other content we’ve been putting together: