Besides Kashyyyk, this might be the most recognizable planet by name on this list. Here, we have entered into the world of the Galactic Republic, then followed by the Empire. When first playing Jedi: Survivor this is the very first place that you get to visit and explore around. It’s a super important planet in the Star Wars universe as a whole, not just in the world of video games. Although this planet is super important in our universe, some players were super disappointed that, even though once unlocking a key skill, you can go back and visit Coruscant. The worst part is that it has nothing to do with the whole plot of the game, so you’d really just be going back for fun!
You may recognize this planet from The Clone Wars TV show, where it highlighted many of Asajj Ventress’ adventures, alongside the Nightsisters, eventually where they all died. Players who have seen the show are usually pretty excited when they reach this point. However, fear not, because if you haven’t seen the show before, you’ll be totally fine to play this and not a thing will be spoiled for you (not unless you just read what I wrote above) while playing Jedi: Fallen Order. This planet certainly keeps players at attention and making sure that they’re always aware of their surroundings and next moves…….
9. Nova Garon
This is only one of two planets on this list that’s not actually a planet; it’s technically the Imperial base that sits on an asteroid that gets visited later on sometime in the Jedi: Survivor video game. Here in this planet, players can also eavesdrop on conversations and battles, as well as go to the ISB Satellite station that just so happens to be under the total control and influence of Commander Denvik. That particular area is actually the smallest on the whole entire planet of Nova Garon. Here, you can also see Cal’s mission as he tried to find Bode Akuna.