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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order update lets you build your own combat challenges

You can finally turn Cal’s lightsaber red

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Cal Kestis confronts Darth Vader in a screenshot from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Image: Respawn Entertainment/Electronic Arts

It’s Star Wars Day and Respawn Entertainment is celebrating by giving Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order a shiny new update. The free update includes new cosmetics, combat challenges in arenas pulled from different areas in the game, and the ability to customize your own combat challenges.

The new cosmetics include a variety of new paint jobs for BD-1, but more importantly, you can finally turn Cal’s lightsaber red. The new color comes with the new Inquisitor uniform outfit as well, and makes Cal look like one of the elite Jedi hunters he spends the game fighting. The update will also let players jump back into the story mode with the New Journey + feature, which lets players use all of their previously unlocked cosmetics (New Journey + will also unlock the red lightsaber and Inquisitor uniform for Cal).

As far as actual gameplay content, the Star Wars day update is adding a variety of combat challenges to Fallen Order in the new Mediation Training mode. You can play through specifically crafted scenarios which pit Cal against waves of enemies, or you can create your own custom scenarios with any combination of enemies you want in the Battle Grid. The Battle Grid will also let players set up custom difficulty modifiers and will have a few unique enemies.

This update is free for everyone who has Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and is out now on Windows PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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