Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order came out a year ago, today. It released to critical acclaim on November 15th, 2019 on the PS4, Xbox and Windows.  A new Google Stadia version will be coming out later this month.

Fallen Order is an action adventure game created by Respawn Entertainment. It follows former Padawan Cal Kestis on his adventures. These adventures include meeting up with Dathmoirian Nightsisters, meeting fellow Jedi (Cere Junda) and being hunted by the ruthless Imperial Inquisitors.

You could visit several planets in Star Wars Jedi:Fallen Order. These planets include Dathmoir, Ilum, Kashyyyk, Nur, Zeffo, Bracca and Bogano. These are the worlds that you could explore.


Nur is often mistaken for the planet of Mustafar. However, the two planets are in the same solar system.


Bogano is a grassy wetland remote world in the Outer Rim of the Galaxy. It is said that a Jedi Temple is hidden on the planet.


Bracca is a planet that is located in the Mid Rim of the Galaxy. The planet consists of a barren graveyard of decommissioned Clone Wars era ships and artillery.


Dathomir is a planet located in the Outer Rim Territories. The planet is shrouded in the darkside of the force and is said to be home to nightsisters.


Ilum is an ice-covered world located in the Unknown Regions of the Galaxy. It is rumored that it would become the much maligned, Starkiller Base.


Kashyyyk is located in the Mid Rim of the Galaxy. It is a forrest world best known for being the homeworld of the wookiees.


Zeffo is a planet that consists of large mountain ranges and unpredictable wind patterns. It is located in the Outer Rim Territories.

2 thoughts on “One Year Anniversary of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

  1. Are we any closer to figuring out exactly where Bracca fits into canon maps of Star Wars?

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