Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was released in 2019 to considerable praise for its story and gameplay, which includes Force abilities and lightsaber combat. In the game, players can customise their lightsaber with various colours, materials, and styles, and you can learn all about the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order lightsaber colours and how to unlock them here.
All Stars Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Lightsaber Colours
*Spoilers for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order ahead*
Upon starting the game, you’ll be limited to the default blue lightsaber colour, unless you had initially pre-ordered the game and had access to the orange lightsaber colour – although patch 1.07 made the orange lightsaber colour free for everyone. The green lightsaber colour is available from the start of the game, but you’ll only be able to switch to it once you’ve unlocked the first workbench aboard the Mantis.
The other Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order lightsaber colours are unlocked later on in the game when Cal travels to the famous Jedi Temple on Ilum. After exploring the temple and completing a series of puzzles, you’ll collect Kyber crystal and unlock the yellow, purple, indigo, cyan, and magenta lightsaber colours.
The final Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order lightsaber colour, red, can only be unlocked once you’ve completed the game and have unlocked New Journey Plus. The mode allows you to re-play the game, but with all unlocks and skills from a previous playthrough, along with the red lightsaber colour and the Inquisitor Outfit too.
|Colour||How To Unlock|
|Blue||Default Lightsaber colour|
|Green||Available from the start|
|Orange||Originally as a pre-order bonus, now available for free for everyone|
|Yellow||Find Yellow Kyber Crystal on Ilum|
|Purple||Find Purple Kyber Crystal on Ilum|
|Indigo||Find Indigo Kyber Crystal on Ilum|
|Cyan||Find Cyan Kyber Crystal on Ilum|
|Magenta||Find Magenta Kyber Crystal on Ilum|
|Red||Complete the game and unlock New Journey Plus|
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Lightsaber Upgrades
In addition to lightsaber colours, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has several lightsaber upgrades, which provide you with additional skills and combos throughout the game. The two main upgrades are the double-bladed lightsaber and the split lightsaber, and you can find out how to unlock both of them below.
The double-bladed lightsaber can be found in three locations with the first on Dathomir. Near the beginning of the game when you’re given the choice to travel to either Zeffo or Dathomir. Before travelling to Zeffo, visit the dangerous Dathomir where you will need to follow a single path until you meet a hooded individual. In the same area will be a pathway that leads to a small cave and a workbench that unlocks the double-bladed lightsaber upgrade.
Alternatively, you can find the double-bladed lightsaber upgrade on Bogano once you’ve unlocked the Force push ability. The upgrade can be found in the Abandoned Workshop behind a hidden entrance down a spiralling pathway.
Finally, if you don’t pick up the double-bladed lightsaber upgrade in either Bogano or Dathomir, you can collect it in Kashyyyk when you visit the planet for the second time.
The split lightsaber upgrade can be found after completing the Jedi Temple on Ilum and unlocking the majority of all lightsaber colours. The upgrade will allow you to split your lightsaber into two parts and unleash powerful combos.
How do I unlock the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order dual lightsaber?
As explained in our guide, the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order dual lightsaber or double-bladed lightsaber can be acquired in either Dathomir, Bogano or Kashyyyk. The upgrade can be immediately found in Dathomir, although it’s rife with dangerous and tough enemies, but can be later found in Kashyyyk and Bogano if you’ve unlocked the Force push ability.
How do I unlock the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order orange lightsaber colour?
The Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order orange lightsaber colour was originally a pre-order bonus but after the release of patch 1.07 in January 2020, the orange lightsaber was made available to everyone.
How does Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order lightsaber customisation work?
After completing the Jedi Temple on Ilum and unlocking all lightsaber colours, you will be able to change the colour of your lightsaber at workbenches. These workbenches, which can be found throughout the game, can also be used to change your lightsaber’s materials and look.