'Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order' Lightsaber Colors: How To Find Every Customization

Lightsaber parts are strewn across the planets of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, hidden in chests alongside new outfits, skins for your BD droid and new paint jobs for your Mantis spaceship. But after hours of collecting new emitters, switches and sleeves, you're likely to notice a conspicuous absence: where are all the other lightsaber colors?

The short answer is that, in Fallen Order, lightsaber colors aren't collectibles that can found in the same way as other lightsaber parts. There are no chest or secret locations to share that can lead you to an indigo laser sword. Instead, you'll need to wait until late in the campaign to modify the color of your lightsaber blade.

Armed with that knowledge—eventually, other lightsaber colors will become available—your best bet is to keep playing. But for those who aren't spoiler averse, we can offer a few more details.

Lightsaber Colors Location

Cal Kestis scoping out one of the alternate lightsaber colors unlockable in "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order." Lucasfilm / EA

Four planets are unlocked early in the Jedi: Fallen Order campaign: Bogano, Zeffo, Kashyyyk and Dathomir. The latter is the home of the Nightsisters and Nightbrothers, and, while it's accessible early in the campaign, its challenging enemies make it a dangerous place to visit too early. Eventually, the Fallen Order story draws Jedi Cal Kestis to Dathomir, where an encounter with a Dark Side vision leaves his lightsaber ruined.

With the kyber crystal inside crushed, Kestis and the Mantis crew have no choice but to journey to Ilum, a snow planet where Jedi have harvested kyber crystals for thousands of years. After navigating Ilum's dangerous terrain, Kestis finds a new crystal. It's at this point that new lightsaber color options will unlock.

Every lightsaber color unlocked in "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order." Lucasfilm / EA

Rather than the standard customization screen, choosing your lightsaber color in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a more cinematic affair, with Kestis holding the crystal to the light and turning it back and forth to reveal its multiple colored facets. But while the scene has an aura of destiny and fate, don't trouble yourself too much when picking a lightsaber color. Immediately after the cinematic is complete, you'll be able to change between any of the possible lightsaber colors on the workbench, customizing your blade just like any other lightsaber.

Here are the colors that unlock on Ilum, late in the Fallen Order campaign: purple, yellow, cyan, magenta and indigo. Combined with the existing choice between blue and green, and there are seven lightsaber color options, or eight if you have the orange blade pre-order bonus.

Now go forth and defeat the Dark Side. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is out now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.