People were surprised by how new the gameplay was in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, but it didn’t let you change anything. This is made easier by these changes.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a great game. It was good enough to get a sequel, Jedi: Survivor, which came out not too long ago. But even though its sibling has made customization even better, Fallen Order’s lack of it will always be one of its weaker points.
But if you play on a PC, you can fix that thanks to the busy hacking community. Here are the ten best mods you can add right away to make the game more fun.
The Mandalorian, the first of a new wave of live-action TV shows, is a big reason why Star Wars is still popular. With The Mandalorian mod, you can now change Cal Kestis into Din Djarin.
This visual overhaul mod swaps out the main character model in Jedi: Fallen Order for Din Djarin and his shiny Mando armor. All the features are there, except for the Darksaber and Baby Yoda.
Any game that lets you play with a lightsaber but doesn’t let you cut it up is either missing something or trying too hard to get a certain age grade. The sword violence in Jedi: Fallen Order is pretty mild, which is a shame.
That’s why the Dismemberment Alpha mod is a must if you want to use this tool to its full potential in a more civilized time.
In Jedi: Fallen Order, going back is one of the most common ways to play, and you have to do it to move forward. A forced feature like this can get annoying, especially if you miss something in the area or go there by mistake.
Fast Travel feels like it should be a must. This mod lets you teleport anywhere on the map, so you can use the teleport tool more often.
Once you have the best lightsaber design possible in the game and want to practice a bit before fighting a Sith Inquisitor or Vader himself, having some AI punching bags can be a godsend.
In this way, the A.I. Spawner can help. It lets you bring any enemy in front of you back to life. The enemy will be unfriendly, of course, and can help Cal Kestis learn how to fight. If you want to be like a certain brave Jedi general, you can even make a lot of them appear.
Fully Customizable Crossguards For Cal
After Kylo Ren started the style in the sequel trilogy, it’s likely that crossguards on lightsabers are the latest thing among people who use the Force. They are in Jedi: Fallen Order, but the Fully Customizable Crossguards for Cal mod makes it possible for the first game to catch up.
Darth Revan from Knights of the Old Republic has had one of the strangest turns of events in all of Star Wars. What’s more important, maybe, is that Revan looks great.
The skin is perfect, and if you pair it with any other red lightsaber mod, you’ll be able to take down the Inquisitors with the help of one of the strongest Sith Lords to ever walk across a world far, far away.
Lightsaber Color Editor
First of all, we need to talk about lightsabers, which are the most important part of the game. In this way, you have a lot of choices when it comes to Jedi, but even the default can be pretty restricted. Lightsaber Color Editor takes away the game’s restrictions on creativity and alignment.
You can now get lightsabers that are red, purple, or even white. With this mod, you’ll always have a choice of lightsabers. Keep in mind that it might not work well with mods that also change lightsabers. Again, it’s because the fans of Fallen Order added what Survivor knew to add.
Darth Maul – Shadow Hunter
Darth Maul is one of the most interesting Sith enemies in the Star Wars universe. Some modders chose to add him to Jedi: Fallen Order because people can’t get enough of his lightsaber tricks with two blades.
With the Darth Maul – Shadow Hunter mod, you can now play as the tough Sith Lord. It only changed the look of Cal Kestis’ character, so Maul’s voice won’t be used. With the right mod for your blade to make it glow red, you can finally play as a Sith.
If Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was your first Star Wars game with a third-person story, that’s great. It’s a great place to begin. But if you were one of the people who played the first Force Unleashed and used Starkiller’s power to bring down Star Destroyers, you know how strong he was.
When you download the Starkiller Outfit and Head mod, you can continue that story, even though the Force isn’t as strong as it was in Force Unleashed.
Jedi Knight Cal
Even the most casual clothes in Star Wars look more comfortable than Jedi clothes. Too bad that, in the era of Jedi: Fallen Order, most of them are likely full of blaster holes. But with the Jedi Knight Cal mod, you can still bring them back for Cal Kestis.
It is a model and texture mod that makes a character’s outfit look like that of a Jedi Knight. Cal’s new outfit isn’t the most modest, but if you’re sick of seeing him in scrapper ponchos, this is a nice change.
Better Call Cal
The mod’s name is the only connection to Better Call Saul, but it can change how you play. Better Call Cal lets you show a rougher, more realistic version of Cal than the polished young padawan you play as in the game. Also, the mod is one of the best overhauls of textures you’ll ever play, and not just in this game.
Even the fact that Cal’s beard doesn’t grow over his scars shows how much attention to detail was paid to his look. Because of things like this, the mod is a must-have.
Faster Startup And Config Tweaks
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a big modern game, and because of that, it has a lot of graphics to deal with. It takes a few minutes or longer, based on your hardware, to start up on a PC. Because of this, a quality-of-life mod called Faster Startup and Config Tweaks should make it easier for you to play.
The mod smartly gets rid of the game’s intro or opening movies, so there is less to load and the game can start up faster. You can also use it to change the way the game looks, like turning off motion blur or setting the highest texture fidelity.
Now, if you thought the game was too easy and want to make it harder, here’s the fix you’ve been waiting for. You get just that with Smarter Enemies. But don’t worry, the mod only works on Blaster Stormtroopers. If you didn’t, you couldn’t get past the first two Rocket Troopers in Drive Mad game.
The mod also tries to make all of your enemies shoot at you at the same time, which makes it much harder to avoid every hit that comes your way. But be careful what you ask for, because this mod can be incredibly painful.
The Clone Wars
The story of Jedi: Fallen Order takes place not long after Order 66 was carried out and the Jedi were killed. This means that the Galactic Empire must have kept some parts of the designs of the Republic Clone Troopers.
If all you want are the better clothes for Republic Clone Troopers, The Clone Wars mod lets you kill them as punishment for Order 66. It takes the place of Imperial Stormtroopers and makes them look like Republic Clone Troopers. Finish with the helmet with less bones.
Skywalker Reshade FX – True HDR
Already, Jedi: Fallen Order looks great in terms of graphics. Having said that, it seems like you could make it even more beautiful if you had the right tools.
The Skywalker Reshade FX – True HDR is new. It’s a Reshade FX setting that looks like the HDR effect in some of the most demanding games available today. The best part is that it doesn’t need hardware that’s ready for HDR and doesn’t slow down speed as much.
Sith Shock Troops
In Jedi: Fallen Order, Purge Troopers are a real threat, but you don’t have to fight too many at once. You could make their appearances more memorable by giving them crimson colors to fit their Sith alignment.
The Sith Shock Troops mod turns the Purge Troopers’ armor into a red one that bleeds, like the ones in the Sequel Trilogy. It’s a small change that only affects the colors, but it makes fighting Purge Troopers more memorable.
In many Star Wars movies, it has been hard to get the color and movement of lightsabers right. The look of the games is also inconsistent, which is a shame, but at least you can fix it with the Better Sabers mod.
It’s a simple change that changes the lightsabers’ color and brightness to make them look more like the color they’re known for. Some of them tend to be lighter or paler than the color they’re supposed to be, and if that bugs you, this mod should fix it.
Armor Of The Jedi General
Last but not least, we have another outfit for Cal Kestis that should make you feel more powerful, even if it’s just for looks. The name of this mod is “Armor of the Jedi General.”
This mod changes one of the outfits into the armor that Clone Wars generals like Obi-Wan Kenobi wore. It makes Cal look tougher and more ready for fight, but it’s not the most subtle change. Make sure to wear it when you meet Vader in the game to get the most out of it.