New Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Update released, adds Meditation Training, New Journey+ and more

Electronic Arts and Respawn have released a new update for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. According to the release notes, this patch adds a Meditation Training, a New Journey+ Mode, brings Accessibility Improvements and more.

Going into more details, the Meditation Training is the biggest part of this update and is a new game mode hub. Players can access it from the Meditation points found throughout the game. In it, you’ll be able to face off against all enemies, including bosses, in two different modes: Combat Challenges and the Battle Grid.

On the other hand, the New Journey+ is basically a New Game+ Mode. Thus, you can start from the beginning and gain access to Meditation Training game modes (exclusively available in NJ+). You’ll also keep all of your collectibles from a previous playthrough while abilities will have to be relearned. This includes lightsaber parts, kyber crystal colors, and other aesthetic items.

As said, this update also brings some Accessibility Improvements. For instance, players can now skip the button-mashing quick-time events. Players can also disable the requirement of holding the Climb button. Moreover, the team has added text size scaling options.

As always, Origin will download this patch the next time you launch its client. Below you can also find a new trailer for this update. You can also find its complete changelog here.

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