from Andreas Bertits
Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts let you create your own challenges with the latest update for Star Wars: Jedi – Fallen Order. A "New Travel +" mode is also included as well as other cosmetic objects.

The new update for Star Wars: Jedi – Fallen Order introduces some interesting new features to the action game.

Play your own challenges

You can face battle challenges through a new gameplay center called "Meditation Training", in which hero Cal Kestis must defeat wave after wave of enemies. It is also possible to create such challenges yourself. You choose the location where you fight and determine on a grid which opponents should appear where.

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SW Jedi Fallen Order: Trailer for the new, free content update

You can also use Star Wars: Jedi – Fallen Order (buy now for € 29.99) started with the "New Travel +" mode and used all the cosmetic collectibles that had already been activated. If you play through the adventure again, you will now find new cosmetics such as the Inquisitor uniform with matching red lightsaber crystals. Your laser sword can also be customized with other components and there are new skins for the robot buddy BD-1 to find.

Adjusting the font size, skippable Quicktime events and options that facilitate the interaction with objects and navigation are also part of the new update for Star Wars: Jedi – Fallen Order, which is now available for all platforms.

Source: press release

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