Box art - Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

How many planets are in Jedi Fallen Order?

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order has you traveling to a number of planets in your quest. You’ll be allowed to go back and forth between some of these planets freely, while you’ll only visit others for specific story segments.

We’ll go into detail on how many planets are in Jedi Fallen Order below. We’ll show you which order you’ll visit them in, and which ones are open-world and which won’t allow for a return.

Editor’s Note: Major spoilers for Jedi Fallen Order below.

How many planets are in Jedi Fallen Order?

In total, there are eight planets in Jedi Fallen Order. You’ll visit them for the first time in this order:

  • Brakka
  • Bogano
  • Dathomir
  • Zeffo
  • Kashyyyk
  • Ordo Eris
  • Ilum
  • Nur

Of the eight, five planets can be revisited at will by using the Holotable on the Mantis:

  • Bogano
  • Dathomir
  • Zeffo
  • Kashyyyk
  • Ilum

The remaining three are visited as part of the story, and are no longer available after completion:

  • Brakka
  • Ordo Eris
  • Nur

Fortunately, the planets that you can’t return to in Jedi Fallen Order don’t have any missable items. However, they do have scannable locations that serve as backstory, and if you don’t get them the first time, you don’t get another chance.

So far, Respawn Entertainment and EA have stated that there is no DLC planned for the game, so there won’t likely be any additional planets or locations added to Jedi Fallen Order at a later date. However, the five open-world planets offer a ton of space to explore and many cosmetics and secrets to discover.

Unfortunately, none of the planets in Jedi Fallen Order are industrialized. Which means you’ll be exploring mostly wildlands punctuated with an Imperial outpost here and there. Hopefully, if we see another game in the Star Wars Jedi series, we’ll get a chance to visit somewhere more populated like Corellia or Coruscant.