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List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order guide, walkthrough

This page is a trophy/achievement guide to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. We have prepared a complete list of trophies/achievements available in the game. Each trophy/achievement has information about the requirements to unlock it, as well as our own comment on how to do it in the easiest way.

Basic information about the trophies/achievements

  1. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has 40 trophies - 25 bronze, 11 silver, 3 gold and 1 platinum (PS4 version only).
  2. You can play at any difficulty level - none of the trophies/achievements requires you to play on a particular difficulty level. Playing on easy can reduce the time on getting the platinum trophy even by a few hours.
  3. Getting all the trophies/achievements will take you more than 30 hours. The most problematic are the trophies/achievements associated with various collectibles. You must find 100% of the secrets (except the echoes) and discover everything in each of the locations.
  4. You can't miss any of the trophies and you only need to beat the game once. This makes things much easier. You don't need to worry about replaying the campaign.
  5. Some trophies/achievements can only be unlocked after making enough progress in the storyline because they can require you to use specific abilities or skills. You can also decide to leave them for later, although some collectibles strengthen the hero and increase his effectiveness in combat.
  6. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has no multiplayer trophies/achievements - the game has no multiplayer mode. You don't need to have a PS+ or Xbox Live Gold subscription.

A New Hope

Trophy type: platinum

How to unlock: Get all trophies.

Commentary: The platinum trophy can only be obtained in PlayStation 4 version of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

Kicking Back

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Kick a phillakthat has kicked you.

Commentary: The detailed description of this trophy/achievement is on a separate page of our trophy/achievement guide.

Collector

Trophy type: gold - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: gold

How to unlock: Get all the chests and secrets.

Commentary: This trophy/achievement takes into account two types of collectibles. Chests contain loot. Some of them can't be opened right away - you will need to get Scomp Link upgrade first. More about this on Why can't I open a chest? page.

Secrets are the most valuable collectibles, for example, the Force essences - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Secrets are the most valuable collectibles, for example, the Force essences. A message about discovering the secret should appear on the screen (example in the picture).

You can follow your progress on the galaxy map or in the holomap. The game displays information on how many chests and secrets are available on a given planet/in a given area. A full set of information about the locations of chests and secrets can be found in the Secrets section of our guide.

Legendary Beasts

Trophy type: silver - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: silver

How to unlock: Defeat four mysterious creatures.

Commentary: Mysterious creatures are simply powerful monsters, which can be called bosses. You need to defeat the following monsters:

  1. Oggdo Bogdo on Bogano
  2. Albino Wyyyschokk on Kashyyyk
  3. Rabid Jotaz on Zeffo
  4. Nydak Alpha on Dathomir

All battles with mysterious creatures are described in the Bosses chapter. There you will find information about the locations of their lairs, information about their strengths and weaknesses, and strategies. You can fight the legendary beasts on any difficulty level. If you are constantly dying, set the game to the lowest difficulty - Story Mode. You will still be able to get this trophy/achievement.

Feel the Force

Trophy type: gold - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: gold

How to unlock: Unlock all Jedi skills.

Commentary: You need skill points to unlock skills - you receive these points by getting XP. You can spend skill points by going back to any meditation spot and playing the tutorial from Bogano. We also recommend you to look into the Character progression section.

Not all skills are immediately available for purchase. Don't worry about it, because more will appear in the game as you progress through the main storyline. Some skills require you to spend more than 1 skill point. You should get this trophy/achievement with ease if you plan to complete the game 100% since XP is also received, e.g. by getting collectibles.

A Galaxy Far, Far Away

Trophy type: silver - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: silver

How to unlock: Discover all BD-1's holomaps.

Commentary: BD-1's holomap is constantly updated as you progress through the game, but you can't get the trophy/achievement this way since you only reveal locations related to the main storyline. To explore a location in 100%, you also have to find all the extra locations like optional places, e.g. locations with secrets or unlockable shortcuts.

You should get this trophy/achievement while searching for collectibles. You can check the discovery status of each of the main areas at any time. This information is displayed in the bottom-left corner of the screen - in the example from our picture, the Ice Caves on Zeffo were explored in 92 percent.

Exploring the Weathered Monument region on Zeffo in 100% can cause you the biggest problems - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Exploring the Weathered Monument region on Zeffo in 100% can cause you the biggest problems. If you have 95% (or less) exploration value of this location, you can try two things:

  1. Go to the area with two vortexes near the running wall. The vortex can "catapult" Cal to the upper rock shelves. Carefully explore the small cave - use the lightsaber to see in the dark. Find the echo in the alley.
  2. Head to the Windswept Ruins and find the large "slide" on the holomap that leads to the Weathered Monument. Slide down to discover the entire slide.

Trust Only in the Force

Trophy type: gold

How to unlock: Complete the story.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement. You will receive it after completing all six chapters. The campaign can be completed at any level of difficulty.

The Mantis

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Join the crew.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement because it is related to the progress in the plot.

A Long Time Ago

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Discover the Bogano Vault.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement because it is related to the progress in the plot.

The Obstacle is the Way

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Complete the Tomb of Eilram.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement because it is related to the progress in the plot.

Everything is Connected

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Complete the Tomb of Miktrull.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement because it is related to the progress in the plot.

The Holocron Awaits

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Open the Vault.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement because it is related to the progress in the plot.

Happy Go Wookiee

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Free the Wookiees from the Imperial prison.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement because it is related to the progress in the plot.

Her Name Was Masana Tide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Defeat the Ninth Sister.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement because it is related to the progress in the plot.

Visiting Alderaan Places

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Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Explore the crashed Venator.

Commentary: The Venator Wreckage is the largest of the optional locations of the game, and you can explore it on Zeffo. Finding the entrance to Venator Wreckage can be quite troublesome - you need to get to the Crash Site region and jump to the upper shelf in the place shown in the picture. You should visit the Crash Site for the first time in chapter 3, when you are on the way to the Tomb of Miktrull. However, the best moment to explore Venator Wreckage is after beating the campaign - you will have all the Force powers and abilities (double jump is especially important).

The Venator Wreckage is a multi-level location that puts a lot of emphasis on traveling through narrow shelves located high up in the air. You have to reach many of them by using ropes. You have to explore this location in 100% meaning that you need to visit all of its areas. You should achieve this exploration score during the search for collectibles - the Venator Wreckage has 4 chests and 3 secrets. Check out the Secrets section in our guide, where you will find information about the locations of all the collectibles.

Gorgara Falls

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Defeat the winged terror on Dathomir.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement because it is related to the progress in the plot.

For a More Civilized Age

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Create your own lightsaber.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement because it is related to the progress in the plot.

I Knew He Was No Good

Trophy type: silver

How to unlock: Defeat a former Jedi Master.

Commentary: You can't miss this trophy/achievement because it is related to the progress in the plot.

Back At You

Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Defeat 50 enemies with reflected blaster bolts.

Commentary: You learn how to deflect bolts during the prologue - you must press (not hold!) the block button a moment before the bolt hits Cal. The window for reflecting the bolt varies depending on the selected difficulty level.

You should get this trophy effortlessly during your playthrough, and that's because reflecting bolts is the best way to get rid of Stormtroopers using conventional blasters. Many of these enemies can be encountered, e.g. in the village in one of the starting areas on Zeffo.

Perfect Timing

Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Parry 100 enemies.

Commentary: You learn how to parry during the prologue - press (not hold!) the block button just before the opponent's melee attack reaches Cal. The window for parrying attacks varies depending on the selected difficulty level. Each successful parry will temporarily stun the enemy.

Parrying can be used not only during battles with Stormtroopers but also with monsters. However, remember that the red attacks can't be parried or blocked. In such cases, the only tactic is to dodge.

Kickoff

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Defeat an enemy using only kicks.

Commentary: The detailed description of this trophy/achievement is on a separate page of our trophy/achievement guide.

Triple Take

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Defeat 3 opponents with a single lightsaber throw.

Commentary: The detailed description of this trophy/achievement is on a separate page of our trophy/achievement guide.

What Goes Around...

Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Defeat an enemy with their own Slowed blaster bolt.

Commentary: You can't get this trophy/achievement by using Force Slow on a flying bolt and then reflecting it with the lightsaber. You have to wait until you unlock Force Pull - you do this in the third chapter (Tomb of Miktrull).

Start fighting with a regular Stormtrooper equipped with a blaster. Preferably a single opponent, so no one would interfere with Cal.

First, use Force Slow on the bolt (R1 / RB on the gamepad) and then use Force Pull on the opponent (L2 / left trigger on the gamepad) - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

First, use Force Slow on the bolt (R1 / RB on the gamepad) and then use Force Pull on the opponent (L2 / left trigger on the gamepad). That Stormtrooper will hit the slowed down bolt and die (example in the picture above).

Big Bang

Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Defeat 20 opponents with explosives.

Commentary: Wait until you unlock Force Push. This happens in the second chapter (Tomb of Eilram).

The easiest way to obtain this trophy/achievement is to deflect missiles back at Stormtroopers. A good place for this is the Ice Caves on Zeffo. There is always an opponent with a launcher next to one of the elevators (the picture above), and after eliminating that enemy, you can return to the nearest meditation spot to make that opponent respawn. When a Stormtrooper fires a missile, use the Force Slow on it (R1 / RB on the gamepad) and then Force Push (R2 / right trigger on the gamepad). The missile should turn around and hit the opponent.

Other areas useful in unlocking this trophy/achievement faster is Kyyyalstaad Falls on Kashyyyk - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Other areas useful in unlocking this trophy/achievement faster is Kyyyalstaad Falls on Kashyyyk. This is part of the jungle is adjacent to, e.g. the Imperial Refinery. The observation tower presented in the picture above is occupied by three Stormtroopers with rocket launchers. Deflect a rocket shot by one of them to kill all three Stormtroopers in a single blast. You can use the nearby meditation spot to revive these enemies.

Don't Mess With BD-1

Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Defeat an enemy with a hacked droid.

Commentary: You can't get this in the initial stage of the campaign because you can't hack droids yet. You should wait until chapter 3 when the hero visits the Tomb of Miktrull. Soon after leaving this tomb, you will return to the Imperial Headquarters. During your exploration of this location, you will come across a workbench. Interact with it to unlock Slice Probe Droid.

After finding the Probe Droid, you can use Force Pull on it (L2 / left trigger on the gamepad) and then order BD-1 to hack the machine (down on the d-pad). Once you complete both of these steps, wait for the hacked droid to eliminate an opponent.

Can't Touch This

Trophy type: silver

How to unlock: Precision Evade 100 attacks.

Commentary: Precision Evade skill must be purchased first. This becomes possible after unlocking the double jump in chapter 4. To activate this ability, you need to press the dodge button (Circle / B on the gamepad) at the last moment - this slows the attacking opponent down and restores the Force by a little bit. Precision Evade can be performed multiple times on the same opponents. Each successful action is counted separately by the game.

Look Out Below

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Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Send 25 enemies over the edge.

Commentary: Chapter 2 is the earliest part when you can get this trophy/achievement - after visiting Tomb of Eilram on Zeffo and unlocking the Force Push. This attack (activated with R2 / right trigger on the gamepad) allows you to push opponents away.

Look for enemies standing near chasms or on high shelves. The game will count the action if the enemy you pushed fell and died. The action won't count if the enemy fell from a low height and survived.

Not So Fast

Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Defeat 25 enemies while they are under the effect of Empowered Slow.

Commentary: Empowered Slow isn't available from the beginning of the game. You need to purchase this skill first. Fortunately, you can get it after reaching chapter 1.

The newly acquired ability can be activated by pressing and holding the Force Slow button (R1 / RB on the controller) until it is fully charged. If an enemy attack interrupts the charging, jump back and try again. After using Empowered Slow, you have to kill that enemy. It is best to choose weak opponents (e.g. regular Stormtroopers) to make sure that the Empowered Slow doesn't stop working when the enemy you attacked is still alive.

Bank Shot

Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Defeat an enemy by colliding them with another enemy.

Commentary: There is a good chance that you will get this trophy completely by accident during your playthrough. However, if you still didn't unlock it despite completing the campaign, return to any location with a large number of regular opponents, such as the Imperial Headquarters on Zeffo where you can find many regular Stormtroopers.

To get the trophy/achievement, you need to use the Force Push to make enemies hit each other. It doesn't matter whether the opponent you pushed dies or the one who was hit. This action will unlock the trophy/achievement.

Blade Master

Trophy type: silver - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: silver

How to unlock: Hit a single enemy with all lightsaber types.

Commentary: There are three types of lightsabers in the game. The first type is available from the beginning of the game. The second type can be made in a secret workshop on Bogano or received on Dathomir by making progress in the main storyline. The third type of lightsaber is received on Ilum.

The trophy requires you to use all lightsabers in a single fight, so try to pick a strong opponent who will easily survive at least three strikes with different lightsabers. More information about the available lightsabers can be found on the Lightsabers page.

You can get this trophy/achievement soon after unlocking the last, third version of the lightsaber on Ilum - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

You can get this trophy/achievement soon after unlocking the last, third version of the lightsaber on Ilum. Cal will encounter a group of Security Droids in one of the next rooms. Switch between the lightsaber types after you make at least one successful attack.

If you fail with the droids, then you can also try, for example, with the AT-STs that are encountered when exiting the cave on Ilum. They are much more durable, so they won't be prematurely destroyed.

Cal Got Your Tongue?

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Slice an Oggdo's tongue.

Commentary: The detailed description of this trophy/achievement is on a separate page of our trophy/achievement guide.

Medical Droid

Trophy type: silver - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: silver

How to unlock: Find all of BD-1's stim canisters.

Commentary: Stim Canisters are one of the categories of collectibles. Each tank increases the number of BD-1's healing charges by 1.

You have to find a total of 8 stim canisters and each one is stored in a yellow chest (example in the picture). The list of locations of the stim canisters can be found in the Secrets chapter in our guide.

Green Thumb

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Trophy type: silver

How to unlock: Have a fully-grown terrarium.

Commentary: This trophy is associated with one of the categories of collectibles. As you explore the game world, you may come across places where BD-1 will jump off the hero's back and stand in a specific place. You can go to these places and press the scan button. Cal can find seeds - the picture shows an example.

The terrarium aboard the crew ship - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

The terrarium aboard the crew ship. Every time you go back on the Mantis, you can interact with the terrarium and put seeds in it. Over time, different varieties of plants will grow in it.

To unlock this trophy/achievement, you need to find 10 seeds and fill the terrarium various types of plants. The locations of seeds are listed in the Secrets section.

Note - You get the trophy/achievement after all plants are fully grown. This won't happen immediately after planting the seeds in the terrarium. You need to wait a bit. You can spend this time on, e.g. traveling around the galaxy to find the missing collectibles.

Full House

Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Recruit all possible members of the Mantis crew.

Commentary: Almost all crew members join you automatically during the main storyline. The exception is the friendly creature called Bogling found on Bogano.

The Bogling's lair is under the Mantis' landing pad. However, you need the Force Push to destroy one of the walls under the landing pad. More information on how to find Bogling and gather the whole crew can be found on a separate page called How to recruit new Stinger Mantis crew members?

Data Disk

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Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Find all BD-1 encrypted logs.

Commentary: You need to find Eno Cordovy logs - there are 19 of them in total. Some logs are received automatically as you progress through the story, but the majority of them has to be found during free exploration. You can get them by scanning environmental objects when BD-1 notices something interesting and jumps off of the hero's back. The list of places with encrypted logs can be found in the Secrets section.

Sabersmith

Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Fully customize your lightsaber.

Commentary: You can customize the lightsaber by interacting with workbenches. They can be found in the game world. Also, one workbench is on board the Mantis. The trophy requires you to change parts in each of the five categories (including the color of the blade).

Initially, you will have no new components to replace - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Initially, you will have no new components to replace. You have to find them in loot chests. After getting at least one new object from each category, go back to a workbench and make a replacement.

The Full Glow-Up

Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Customize the look of Cal, BD-1, and the Mantis.

Commentary: You get new cosmetic items by making progress either as loot. They can be in chests.

You get this trophy/achievement by customizing four categories - Cals Poncho, Outfit, BD-1 skin and the Mantis skin - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

You get this trophy/achievement by customizing four categories - Cal's Poncho, Outfit, BD-1 skin and the Mantis skin.

Data Collector

Trophy type: silver - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: silver

How to unlock: Scan all enemy types.

Commentary: This trophy/achievement takes a long time - you need to scan a total of 45 types of opponents. Every time you defeat an enemy, go to their corpse and press the scan button (down on the d-pad).

The entry about the scanned enemy will appear in the Tactical Guide (one of the tabs in the log) - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

The entry about the scanned enemy will appear in the Tactical Guide (one of the tabs in the log). You can also use this tab to track your progress.

  1. Each planet is inhabited by unique enemies.
  2. Stormtroopers are in separate tab - they can be found on different planets.
  3. You don't need to scan defeated bosses. Their logs are created automatically.

Scum and Villainy

Trophy type: silver - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: silver

How to unlock: Defeat each type of Bounty Hunter.

Commentary: The first encounter with Bounty Hunters happens during chapter four - after your victory in the arena. From that moment on, they can appear in random places and attack the main character in pairs. To unlock the trophy/achievement, you must defeat at least one Bounty Hunter of each type:

  1. Haxion Brood Bounty Droid
  2. Haxion Brood Bounty Hunter
  3. Haxion Brood Commando

In our case, we got the trophy after defeating the second pair of Bounty Hunters, but if you are less lucky, you may have to spend more time hunting them.

Echo Location

Trophy type: bronze - List of trophies, achievements | Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order - Trophy Guide - Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Guide

Trophy type: bronze

How to unlock: Discover 75 Force Echoes.

Commentary: Echoes are one of the collectibles and you can find them while exploring the locations - the picture above shows and example. You have to interact with each of them (press the right analog stick on the controller).

The good news is that there over 75 Echoes so you don't have to find them all. You should get this trophy/achievement without problems if you plan on getting 100% chests and discovering all the holomaps.

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