Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Abilities Include Iconic Force Powers

It is only four days before the release of Respawn Entertainment’s Star Wars game and the hints of how great it looks hit us like waves. In a recent video showing some of the abilities in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, we can clearly see the Jedi focus it has and how far it extends.

Youtube user JediJohn 22 managed to find premade videos for some basic Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order abilities hidden in the game files. He later compiled a video of them and uploaded it.

We’ll go over the abilities down below and it will be full of spoilers. If you don’t want to ruin your experience then you should skip this story altogether.

We already knew that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will have a major focus on blocking and parrying and we see how the lightsaber block works on that front. You can either use a one-handed sword or use it as a double-bladed staff similar to that of Darth Maul.

Where all the interest rests though is the Force powers you’ll be able to use. The video shows only a few of them. The classic Darth Vader Telekinesis, which lets you pull enemies from afar is there. Force push, the iconic slam ability is also there. Both can be used on a single target or AOE and, by the looks of it, are overpowered.

However, there are so many Jedi abilities that could perfectly fit Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Protection Bubble and Force Illusion would fit the concept and give players a total Jedi experience. If we could stretch it, even more, we’d love to see Force Light and Thought Bomb as ultimate abilities somewhere in there.

We already know that Jedi powers will not only prove useful in combat and will provide Cal with extra tools to uncover hidden areas. An early player has done a mini analysis of the game and was quick to say that it not only looks great but its gameplay is a true Star Wars game about the Force.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order releases on November 15th for PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4. If you are a Star Wars fan, you probably won’t want to let that one pass you by.