Every Jedi Fallen Order and Survivor planet you can visit in the games

BD-1 and Cal aboard the Stinger Mantis in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor - Image courtesy Respawn Entertainment, EA, and Lucasfilm Games
BD-1 and Cal aboard the Stinger Mantis in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor - Image courtesy Respawn Entertainment, EA, and Lucasfilm Games /
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Star Wars Jedi video games have been taking over the video game world by storm. From their awesome battle-style game plays to the beautiful space landscapes that you see, it’s no secret that there’s so many different reasons that fans just love to play them. Recently, Cal Kestis has been coming into play a lot with Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

Throughout all of the games that he’s involved in, there are 13 additional planets that you can visit during game play. Let’s dive into the world of each one of them and why they’re so much fun!

Which of the 13 planets from Cal Kestis Star Wars Jedi Video Games is your favorite to explore?

In no particular order, here are all 13 planets that you can play on and access in any of the Star Wars Jedi Video Games with Mr. Cal Kestis himself:

1. Jedha

This planet is known as the holy site or the holy city; it can also be called the Pilgrim Moon. It’s one of those planets that is just so strong with the Force. This planet can be accessed in Jedi: Survivor and you can explore some of the city’s ruins and the Hidden Path; these ideas were brought up in both the Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney+ series as well as Rogue One (where it got totally demolished). This might be one of the coolest planets to visit just because of the history and strength with the Force alone. For many people playing, visiting a planet that is that important to the Jedi is unlike anything else that you’ll ever experience while playing one of the Star Wars Jedi Video Games!

2. Koboh

There’s a whole heck of a lot to do on this planet. It’s home to many different collectibles, side missions, and characters; it actually serves as the main hub world for Jedi: Survivor. Something super unique about this planet is that there’s actually a place called Plyoon’s Saloon that will change and evolve based on missions completed and other things of that nature. I’d play this game and visit this planet just to see that! What’s your favorite chance that you’ve seen while playing?

3. Nur

This planet, known as the Water-Rich Ocean Moon, isn’t visited until later on in the Jedi: Fallen Order game. A lot of people say that some of the best battles happen here. It is very heavily secured under Fortress Inquisitorius; in fact, this planet is actually home to The Inquisitors. Cal Kestis travels here in order to attempt to obtain a Jedi holocron from the Fortress Inquisitorius. Another super cool fun fact about the planet of Nur is that it’s actually in the same system as the fiery hot planet of Mustafar (most epic battle in Episode 3) of the galaxy’s Outer Rim Territories.