Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Free Content Update

In celebration of Star Wars Day, EA and Respawn Entertainment provided a fresh update to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. This free content update includes a new gameplay hub called Meditation Training which introduces new Combat Challenges and Battle Grid sandbox. In addition, a new replay of the entire game can be achieved through a mode called Journey+ which allows players to play through the campaign again keeping all of their skills and unlocks on their second play-through while collecting and earning new cosmetics for their lightsabers and BD-1 droid companion.

Checkout the trailer here.


Read the press release below.

EA and Respawn Entertainment have released a free content update for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, giving players the opportunity to take on new challenges in a brand-new game mode, the ability to replay the story with all previously acquired collectibles, collect new cosmetics for Cal and BD-1, and more!

The largest part of this update is a brand-new gameplay hub known as Meditation Training. A new game mode hub that can be accessed from the Meditation points found throughout the game, it allows players to enter Combat Challenges that pit Cal against waves of enemies and bosses.

Meditation Training also introduces the Battle Grid—a sandbox for players to create their own encounters. In it, players will be able to select a location, the size of the encounter they want to face, tinker with various difficulty modifiers, and will even feature some especially unique enemies.

The aforementioned Meditation Training modes are unlocked when players complete their first Jedi journey through the story and begin again with a new mode titled New Journey +, which allows players to restart the story with all previously unlocked cosmetic collectibles. Diving into New Journey+ will also unlock some unique cosmetics, including the Inquisitor uniform and matching red lightsaber crystals. Players will also find some new cosmetic parts to trick out their lightsaber, as well as skins for BD-1 that can be earned by completing Combat Challenges found in Meditation Training.

Respawn has also included a host of highly requested accessibility changes including text size scaling options, skippable quick-time events, and toggles to simplify interacting with objects and traversing the world.

Written by Ben Palmer

Ben Palmer

An avid video game enthusiast who loves collector’s editions, retro gaming & the history of this great hobby.

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