Where to Get All Outfits in Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

Where to Get All Outfits in Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order

We show you how to find every outfit across the galaxy.

Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order has a big emphasis on customisation, whether it's your lightsaber, your droid, or your ship. Cal's costume is no exception, with a variety of clothes that harken back to famous moments in the original films. We'll be showing you where to find each one, and what they're referencing.

Where to Get Outfits in Fallen Order

Outfits are hidden across the galaxy much in the same way that lightsaber parts and new skins are, placed in chests across various worlds which usually require some sort of mini-challenge to access, whether platforming or combat. However, with only five outfits in the whole game, they're a lot harder to find and a lot easier to miss. We've listed them all below.

Rigger Crew

Location: Bracca

Abilities Required: None

The only outfit that isn't an easter egg, Cal's intro clothes stay with you throughout the game and reflect his status as a man hiding from the law, with muted greys and browns that don't catch the eye and allow him to effectively blend in. You don't need to do anything to get this outfit, just start the game and it'll be in your menu instantly.

Cal's Rigger Crew costume. | Joel Franey/USGamer, Respawn Entertainment/EA


Location: Zeffo (Abandoned Village)

Abilities Required: None

This pale-brown ensemble harkens back to the days of a young Luke Skywalker, and is suitably enough found in an old, primitive-looking town that resembles the rounded buildings of Tatooine. Guarded by stormtroopers, the crate containing this outfit can be found on top of a hut in the centre of the village, with a platform allowing you to climb up it at the back.

Where to find the Guardian outfit. | Joel Franey/USGamer, Respawn Entertainment/EA
Cal's Guardian costume. | Joel Franey/USGamer, Respawn Entertainment/EA


Location: Bogano (Binog Mesa)

Abilities Required: Double Jump

The green and brown cloth in the Pathfinder costume, not to mention the name and the fact that we find it on a damp, primitive world close to the temple of an ancient Jedi master, makes this a clear callback to the training gear that Luke wore during his training with Yoda on Dagobah. To find this one, head left from the Mantis towards the rounded stadium areas, staying at the top, then drop down on the left, where it's guarded by several bugs.

Where to find the Pathfinder outfit. | Joel Franey/USGamer, Respawn Entertainment/EA
Cal's Pathfinder outfit. | Joel Franey/USGamer, Respawn Entertainment/EA


Location: Kashyyyk (Gnarled Heights)

Abilities Required: Rebreather, Force Pull, Wallrun, Double Jump

This one is a bit of a trek if you're not already there, found close to the highest point of Kashyyyk's vast Origin tree, and won't open up until you're asked to return to Kashyyyk for the second time to visit the Shadowlands. Keep progressing up the tree until you find a section near the top where a log covered in climbable vines is swinging before you, with a spaceship swinging just past it. Climb to the top of that log so you're standing on it, then turn to the left and jump down to the branch where a small monkey is sitting. You don't need double jump to make it, but it makes it easier. Then head back along the way you came to where a chest is waiting for you, and you'll get an orange set of duds that reflects the vibrant costumes of the rebel X-Wing pilots. Don't worry about the journey back - just keep going up the tree and Beaky the Wonder Bird will happily fly you back most of the way, even if it's not the first time you've been up there.

Where to find the Pilot outfit. | Joel Franey/USGamer, Respawn Entertainment/EA
Cal's pilot outfit. | Joel Franey/USGamer, Respawn Entertainment/EA


Location: Dathomir (Nightmare Ruins)

Abilities Required: Wall Run, Force Pull, Climbing Claws, Double Jump

This costume can only be found in the late game and requires most meaningful abilities to access, located in the Nightmare Ruins in Dathomir on the right side of the Nightsisters' Temple. Wall run along the Southern rock faces and head up to an area where numerous spiders and archers will attack you. Fight through them and head forward to the left where a section of porous rock wall will need you to use the climbing claws to ascend. Once up there, the chest is found just behind a rock, containing a jet-black costume that mirrors the dark clothes worn by Luke in Return of the Jedi.

Where to find the Outlaw costume. | Joel Franey/USGamer, Respawn Entertainment/EA
Cal's Outlaw outfit. | Joel Franey/USGamer, Respawn Entertainment/EA

Now that you've got all these costumes, why not check out our review of Fallen Order to see what we thought of the game? Or you can check out our round-up of the game's cast to see what stars you spotted and which ones slipped you by.

Joel Franey

Guides Writer

Joel loves books, games, comics and drinks that make a person feel like they just got kicked in the head by a mule. He has a Masters in writing from Sussex, which he somehow got by writing about Superman. He is absolutely NOT three children in a long coat, so please stop asking.

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