Here’s how to avail of a powerful upgrade early along with finding tons of collectibles.
Respawn Entertainment’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a pretty big game, especially if you go about finding all of the collectibles. For more information on tips and tricks that you should know before playing, head here. You can also read our official review of the game here.
Let’s get to the Double Bladed Lightsaber though, which can be a game changer in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. It allows for easily dealing with multiple enemies at once. Plus you can finally live out those Darth Maul fantasies. The question is: How do you get it early? The solution is to go to Dathomir.
When in the starting planet Bogano, simply have BD-1 scan a picture of Dathomir. After that, simply head to the planet, locate the workbench and the Double Blade Lightsaber should be yours. Dathomir can be fairly difficult early on and won’t truly open up till you get more abilities in the story. However, for unlocking such a major weapon, it’s the best place to go to early. Check out the video guide below for exactly how to find it.
All Encrypted Logs Locations
Collectibles form a core part of the exploration experience and Encrypted Logs are only one aspect. Seven of these logs can be unlocked by progressing through the story. To unlock the remaining 12 for a total of 19 logs, you’ll have to go out of your way and explore. It’s worth noting that any collectibles unlocked will give XP points so there’s a good reason to seek them out.
To find the remaining 12 Encrypted Logs, check out the video guide below. You can also go back to the Databank and check Cordova’s Journey to see which Logs have already been collected.
All Force Echoes Locations
Still looking for things to collect or just want more in-game lore? Force Echoes are the ticket. There are 113 Force Echoes spread throughout the game’s worlds and each offers a different bit of lore to hear. Many of them are just stories of what happened to a particular enemy or individual on that planet but they still provide XP when picking them up. Plus you get an Achievement/Trophy called Echo Location for collecting 75 Force Echoes.
Interacting with Force Echoes requires using the Psychokinesis skill. You’ll notice a Force Echo as a blue puff of smoke near certain areas. Check out the video below for locating all of them:
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