Jedi: Survivor fans want to be able to use the lightsaber colour they decided on for Cal at the conclusion of Jedi: Fallen Order right away.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order’s most memorable scene occurs immediately before the game’s conclusion. After making the journey to Ilum, Cal fixes his lightsaber and discovers a fresh cyber crystal, enabling the player to select the colour of their blade for the duration of the game. It was a fantastic moment that brought the mechanisms for customising lightsabers full circle.
Yet up until now, all we’ve seen of Cal is him donning a blue lightsaber, providing no indication that the feature will be making a comeback for Jedi: Survivor. By allowing us to sync our Fallen Order save data and have access to our unique lightsaber right away, one Star Wars Jedi enthusiast has a brilliant idea for how to bring back lightsaber colours in the sequel.
On the Fallen Order subreddit, Redditor EamoM2oo4 proposed this proposal. He acknowledged that the request was “unlikely,” but believed it’d be a nice idea to line the two games up a little. It was proposed by several Redditors in the comments that the lightsaber should also have the Fallen Order hilt, which would be a lovely touch.
On the Fallen Order subreddit, Redditor EamoM2oo4 proposed this proposal:
This a small want and highly unlikely, but I hope you’re able to sync your save data with Jedi Fallen Order so you start out with the Lightsaber Color you ended that game with.
by u/EamoM2oo4 in FallenOrder
Respawn recently indicated that Jedi: Survivor will have a “deep” customisation system, which should cover lightsaber colours and hilts. However, the functionality isn’t particularly feasible given that Survivor isn’t on the same console as Fallen Order. At some time, hopefully, we’ll be able to rebuild the lightsabers even if we don’t acquire the required system.
It’s important to note that Cal will begin Jedi: Survivor with a basic blue lightsaber rather than the one that players customised in Fallen Order, as there does appear to be a canon rationale for this. The lightsaber is taken away from Cal after he defeats a Sith warrior in the game’s unveiling trailer, which appears to be setting up a reset for gamers.
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