How long is Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order? The latest Star Wars game from EA – this time from Apex Legends developer Respawn Entertainment – has finally arrived. You’ll take on the role of former Padawan, Cal Kestis, who has been in hiding since Order 66 was executed, all but eliminating the Jedi Order.
We’ve buried ourselves in the game, with its puzzle-solving, souls-like combat, and thoughtful level design keeping us entertained for the most part. You can read more from our beautifully written Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order review, where Rich references Metroidvania design, saying “Force Push also lets me open new paths by blasting rubble apart or moving large stones. This is classic ‘Metroidvania’ design and I love it: I’ve only seen it at work on one planet so far, but it’s remarkable how fresh a previous area now feels, and how many future paths I am yet to open.”
If you’re planning to delve into Jedi: Fallen Order, but want to know how long you’ll spend traversing planets, dueling with lightsabers, and fighting the dark side, here’s the Jedi: Fallen Order length.
How long is Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order?
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is 25 hours long – that’s if you’re being studious and looking in every nook and cranny for new Jedi: Fallen Order lightsaber colors, or some of the hidden Jedi: Fallen Order bosses.
We’ve played through the campaign twice now and found that it’s possible to rush through in just under 20 hours – especially if you’re playing on a standard or easy Jedi: Fallen Order difficulty setting – but your first playthrough will likely approach the 25 hour mark. If you chase that 100% complete title then expect it to take you just over 30 hours.
With plenty of Souls influence, it’s clear that the playtime may vary wildly depending on how difficult you find the combat or how long you devote to tracking down collectibles like all the terrarium seeds.
Although the Star Wars: Battlefront II campaign came in at only five hours, EA has focused on the single-player story-telling aspect of Jedi: Fallen Order and a cinematic experience to match the movies. Also, keep your eyes peeled for our full Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order review. For more Jedi action, see our list of the best Star Wars games on PC.