Box art - Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Darksaber | How to get

While you can argue you want about the game’s quality, there’s one thing everyone can agree about Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order: There aren’t enough Lightsaber color options. Thankfully, though, there is a (somewhat complicated) way to get hold of a Jedi Fallen Order Darksaber if you’re looking to unleash your inner Sith. Read on to discover how to get a Black Lightsaber in Jedi Fallen Order.

How to get a Darksaber in Jedi: Fallen Order

Jedi Fallen Order Darksaber

Before you get ahead of yourselves, you can currently get a Darksaber in the PC version of Jedi Fallen Order only. It’s not an official thing, either. Getting hold of a Darksaber in Jedi Fallen Order will require some limited coding and a kind of mod in the form of third-party freeware Cheat Engine. Before you do anything, please do make sure you have backed up your save in-case anything goes wrong. We don’t want you losing any progress, folks.

Also, remember the potential dangers of tweaking with any kind of software, as well as downloading any third-party applications from the internet. Use caution!

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Using the RGB color coding model, you can freely edit the color of your Lightsaber within the game’s code. You can make whatever you want, including a Darksaber. To get hold of a Jedi Fallen Order Darksaber, you’ll want to follow these steps:

  • Open Jedi Fallen Order and load your save file
  • Launch the Cheat Engine and open the game’s script
    • This won’t work if you are on a menu
  • Choose to enable the main script as well as the ‘Lightsaber RGB’ script
  • Change the color to whatever you want
    • You can alter the Lightsaber Core color as well as the glow around the blade (you can even pick individual colors for the double-bladed Lightsaber)
  • Disable the ‘Lightsaber RGB’ script

Following these steps should award you with whatever color Lightsaber you desire. Setting all of the color numbers to one, for example, should give you a pure white Lightsaber. Bring the RGB numbers down to zero, however, to get that coveted Darksaber.

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