Even though Jedi: Fallen Order is definitely more of a linear experience than an open-ended one, there are still plenty of decisions to be made on the part of the player. If you want to explore “out of order”, you might be wondering, “What’s the best planet order in Jedi: Fallen Order?”
The best planet order in Jedi: Fallen Order is Bracca, Bogano, Zeffo, Kashyyyk, Ordo Eris, Dathomir, Ilium, and Nur. Granted, Bracca, Ordo Eris, and Nur don’t offer a lot while the rest of the planets present loads of items, chests, and secrets to find.
Confusing right? Now you know why we put this guide together. If you would like a more detailed rundown of the reasons why this order is suggested, check out each planet below.
Bracca is where the game begins so you quite literally cannot miss it. Also, you cannot come back when you are done, which is a real shame since I enjoyed the industrial aesthetic. Hopefully, we return to Bracca in the sequel.
Bracca plays out the game’s tutorial, teaching you the ins and outs of Jedi: Fallen Order. After you’re done, there’s no real way to make it back to Bracca, but why would you return? There are no collectibles, items, or fun things to do on Bracca.
A swamp planet that sets up the main narrative of the campaign while also serving as a sort of “home base” that features puzzles that can only be accessed as you unlock each upgrade. If you ever find the difficulty of the planet you are on to be too much, maybe head back here and see what new things you can discover.
You’ll make a total of four visits to Bogano in Jedi: Fallen Order. During the first visit, you’ll be able to collect a plethora of secrets and chests with loads of goodies and valuables. Here, you’ll unlock your Wall Run ability which comes in handy for traversal.
First Visit to Bogano
Here you’ll find the following items and secrets on your first visit:
|Chest||Pathfinder Outfit Material||Binog Mesa|
|Secret||Life Essence||Bogdo Sinkholes|
|Secret||Force Essence||Bogdo Sinholes|
|Chest||Bogdo Dawn Poncho Material||Great Divide|
|Chest||Valor and Wisdom 2 Lightsaber Sleeve||Great Divide|
|Chest||Valor and Wisdom 2 Lightsaber Switch||Great Divide|
|Chest||Eno Cordova Lightsaber Switch||Hermit’s Abode Chest Location|
|Secret||Stim Canister||Subterranean Refuge|
Second Visit to Bogano
After you’re done with the Tomb of Eilram on Zeffo, you’ll unlock Force Push and add-ons for BD-1. You can now head back and pick up some other items.
|Secret||Force Essence||Abandoned Workshop|
|Chest||Sumi Poncho Material||Bogdo Sinkholes|
|Chest||Corundum Lightsaber Material||Great Divide|
|Chest||Z’Gag Wave BD-1 Skin||Great Divide|
|Secret||Stim Canister||Landing Pad|
Third Visit to Bogano
After you complete the Tomb of Mitrull, you’ll have Cal’s Force pull and BD-1’s power zipline and overcharge. This allows you to access more chests and secrets on Bogano.
|Chest||Republic Mantis Paint Job||Bogdo Sinkholes|
|Chest||Eno Cordova Lightsaber Switch||Hermit’s Abode|
Final Visit to Bogano
After your final visit to Kahyyk, you can get your hands on the final items in Bogdo with the help of the Jedi Flip and underwater breather.
|Chest||Valor and Wisdom Lightsaber Switch||Abandoned Workshop|
|Chest||Valor and Wisdom Lightsaber Emitter||Abandoned Workshop|
|Chest||Offshore Poncho Material||Abandoned Workshop|
|Chest||Lamina Steel Lightsaber Material||Abandoned Workshop|
|Chest||Neuranium Lightsaber Material||Fractured Plain|
|Chest||Peace and Justice 2 Lightsaber Sleeve||Fractured Plain|
|Secret||Life Essence||Subterranean Refuge|
This planet, along with two others, is purposefully split into two or three sections. You cannot complete this entire planet when you first visit so don’t waste too much time trying to explore everything. Just keep your eyes open for potential alternate paths so when you come back with your new traversal gear you know where to go.
First Visit to Zeffo
You’ll visit Zeffo thrice in Jedi: Fallen Order. Once you complete your first run of Bogano, you’ll have to set out for Zeffo for your first trip. And you’ll come across loads of interesting items here.
|Chest||Guardian Outfit Material||Abandoned Village|
|Chest||Duty and Resolve Lightsaber Sleeve||Abandoned Village|
|Chest||Duty and Resolve Lightsaber Switch||Auger Pulverizers|
|Chest||Durasteel Lightsaber Material||Auger Pulverizers|
|Chest||Starfighter Mantis Paint Job||Auger Pulverizers|
|Secret||Life Essence||Auger Pulverizers|
|Chest||BD-1 Blue Leader Skin||Derelict Hangar|
|Chest||Duty and Resolve Lightsaber Emitter||Derelict Hangar|
|Chest||Bravo Poncho Material||Derelict Hangar|
|Secret||Stim Canister Upgrade||Derelict Hangar|
|Secret||Life Essence||Gusty Bluffs|
|Chest||Copper Lightsaber Material||Turbine Facility|
|Chest||Elemental Nature 2 Lightsaber Sleeve||Weathered Monument|
|Chest||Duty and Resolve 2 Lightsaber Sleeve||Windswept Ruins|
|Chest||Durite Lightsaber Material||Abandoned Village|
|Chest||Charisma Mantis Paint Job||Ancient Catacombs|
|Chest||Hyper Shell Poncho Material||Crash Site|
|Chest||Swoop BD-1 Skin||Crash Site|
|Chest||Cerakote Lightsaber Material||Ice Caves|
|Chest||Wayfarer Poncho Material||Ice Caves|
|Chest||Bestine BD-1 Skin||Ice Caves|
|Chest||Arcetron Lightsaber Material||Ice Caves|
Second Visit to Zeffo
After you get your hands on the Force Pull upgrade from Tomb of Miktrull, BD-1’s Overcharge, and the powered zipline from the Imperial Dig Site, you can explore lots of new areas on Zeffo and access loads of secrets and chests.
|Secret||Force Essence||Broken Wing|
|Secret||Life Essence||Crash Site|
|Secret||Stim Canister||Ice Caves|
|Chest||Serape Poncho Material||Imperial Headquarters|
|Chest||Aurodium Lightsaber Material||Imperial Headquarters|
|Chest||Haysian Smelt Lightsaber Material||Tomb of Miktrull|
|Chest||Zodiac Drifter Mantis Paint Job||Tomb of Miktrull|
Final Visit to Zeffo
After you’re done with Kashyyyk for the second time and unlock the Jedi Flip and the underwater breather ability, you’ll be able to pick up the remaining items from Zeffo.
|Chest||Orichalc Lightsaber Material||Broken Wing|
|Chest||Polished Bronzium Lightsaber Material||Crash Site|
|Chest||Elemental Nature Lightsaber Emitter||Crash Site|
|Chest||Elemental Nature Lightsaber Switch||Crash Site|
|Chest||Fjord Poncho Material||Crash Site|
|Secret||Stim Canister||Imperial Dig Site|
The first half of Kashyyyk is where I noticed the first major difficulty spike. If you followed my earlier advice about getting a lightsaber upgrade ahead of time on Dathomir it isn’t too bad, but otherwise, just be prepared to die a handful of times as you learn. All in all, Kashyyyk is well represented here and a cool planet to explore fully.
After you finally get your hands on the Force Push and Scomp Link upgrade for BD-1, you can get your hands on a few goodies on Kashyyyk.
|Chest||BD-1 Skin||Cargo Pad|
|Chest||Poncho Material||Cargo Pad|
|Chest||Lightsaber Emitter||Imperial Refinery|
|Chest||BD-1 Skin||Imperial Refinery|
|Chest||Lightsaber Material||Imperial Refinery|
|Secret||Force Essence||Imperial Refinery|
Second Visit to Kashyyyk
Once you’ve wrapped up the Tomb of Mikthrull on Zeffo, you’ll get your hands on the Force Push and powered zipline ability for BD-1.
|Secret||Force Essence||Forest Trench|
|Chest||Passion and Strength 2 Lightsaber Sleeve||Kyyyalstaad Falls|
|Chest||Lightsaber Switch||Kyyyalstaad Falls|
|Chest||Lightsaber Material||Kyyalstaad Basin|
|Chest||Poncho Material||Kyyyalstaad Basin|
No spoilers here but the way you get to this prison planet took me by surprise and was one of the best moments in the game for me. The area itself is kind of lackluster, but it serves to break up the pace and feel of the story and in that way, it works for me.
Ordo Eris is less of a planet and more of a space station on a shattered asteroid. There’s not a lot to do in Ordo Eris and you only go there once. You’ll be ambushed by bounty hunters at times, and if you get defeated, you’ll be held captive in Ordo Eris to fight in their arena.
If you choose to come here first when you have the choice you will be able to get a great upgrade that makes the other planets a bit easier on you, but doing so means fighting some of the tougher enemies in the game right off the bat.
Coming back later makes Dathomir a bit easier, but it also means spending over half the game without feeling like an unstoppable killing machine. Up to you, I suppose.
Dathomir was by far my favorite planet in the game, from its scripted segments to the characters that you find here, this was Jedi: Fallen Order at its best.
Making your way to Dathomir is pointless until you get your hands on Wall Run. You’ll make a total of two trips to Dathomir to get everything on the Planet.
First Visit to Dathomir
You can travel to Dathomir pretty early in the game. We don’t recommend that you do but if you have the Wall Run ability, you can still get your money’s worth.
|Chest||BD-1 Skin||Upper Strangled Cliffs|
|Chest||Mantis Paint Job||Brother’s Bastion|
|Chest||Lightsaber Switch||Brother’s Bastion|
|Secret||Life Essence||Brother’s Bastion|
Second Visit to Dathomir
You won’t be pointed towards Dathomir, not unless you complete Tomb of Mikhtrull on Zeffo. You’ll need to unlock Force Push, Force Pull, and BD’s Scomp Link for your second visit.
|Secret||Life Essence||Upper Strangled Cliffs|
|Chest||Lightsaber Emitter||Upper Strangled Cliffs|
|Chest||Power and Control Lightsaber Sleeve||Collapsed Settlement|
|Chest||Aphelion Mantis Paint Job||Nightbrother Village|
|Chest||Vagabond Poncho Material||Nightbrother Dungeon|
|Secret||Stim Canister Upgrade||Nightmare Ruins|
Before finishing Dathomir you must head to Ilum and complete a special task. I won’t go into more detail to avoid spoilers.
Ilium is a pretty late-game planet and you can get everything on the icy planet in just one visit.
First Visit To Ilium
You’ll have to visit Ilium after you unlock all abilities for Cal and the required abilities for BD.
|Secret||Force Essence||Shattered Lake|
|Chest||Companero Poncho Material||Shattered Lake|
|Chest||Tibanna BD-1 Skin||Jedi Temple|
|Secret||Life Essence||Crystal Caves|
|Chest||Power and Control 2 Lightsaber Sleeve||Crystal Caves|
The final planet of the game is home to the Fortress Inquisitorius and the final boss. Nothing to miss here collectible-wise but still a cool location and home to a great surprise ending.
After you unlock the Temple on Bogano and come face-to-face with the Second Sister for the second time, you’ll be allowed to travel to the final world and the final mission area of the game.
Set apart from the open worlds of Zeffo, Kashyyyk, and Dathomir, Nur has a Metroidvania-type feel with a more linear focus as you infiltrate the Emipre’s Fortress Inquisitorius.
Star Wars: Jedi Survivor
And when you’ve had your fair share of fun in Fallen Order, you can look forward to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor that’s set to release on April 28, 2023. We were graced with 8 minutes of footage with Cal back in action on the planet of Koboh.
There’s lots of enemy variety and new interactions with the environment added to the mix. Cal has a healthy assortment of new combos to show off and he’s wielding his dual-bladed lightsaber that unlocks toward the end of the Fallen Order.
Jesi Survivor is shaping up to be another fine entry into the franchise. Till then, explore your favorite planets in the Fallen Order.
And that makes for a healthy dose of all the best planets in Jedi: Fallen Order. So fire up a session and try your shot at a planet of your choice, and let us know what you think in the comments below.