The first video game lightsaber to hit Galaxy’s Edge, Cal Kestis’ lightsaber was damaged late in the game’s storyline, and it looks like the version available for purchase reflects that. He’ll be joined by Count Dooku’s fencing-style curved saber this fall, and you’ll also be able to customize the sabers with Ahsoka Tano’s grips and blades from The Clone Wars series.
What is interesting with the Cal Kestis saber is that it is not limited to a scenography. As you progress through the story of Fallen Order and collect more items and unlocks, you can change almost everything on the Lightsaber. This includes the grip as well as the color itself, and it can be swapped out at will to change things up. Of course, in Star Wars lore this isn’t really possible, as the color is tied to the crystal placed inside. You can even switch between having it function as a standard saber, a Maul-style double-bladed saber, or a split saber for dual use. The different configurations are better suited to certain enemies.
While an official sequel has not been confirmed, EA seemed to indicate that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was the first of a new franchise earlier this year. Given its critical success and the strength of the Star Wars brand, that shouldn’t come as a big surprise. The most recent Star Wars game released by EA is Star Wars: Squadrons, a space vehicle fighting game played entirely in first person.
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