Star Wars fans only have a few more days to go before they can get their hands on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, but for those interested in the game's achievements and trophies, those have leaked online. EA has been building up hype prior to the game's launch, releasing the new Fallen Order launch trailer, yet it seems safe to say that this leak does as much for the game as well. It's worth noting that this list could contain MINOR SPOILERS, but from the looks of it, there's nothing that is so detailed to ruin the experience or so specific that fans couldn't foresee it.


Avid Star Wars fans will notice the list (as seen below) has a plethora of allusions to the franchise, with the trophy for unlocking all trophies being dubbed "A New Hope." Other Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order trophies make humorous references to Alderaan, "Visiting Alderaan Places"; references to major Obi-Wan Kenobi lines like "Scum and Villainy" and "For a More Civilized Age"; and the infamous beginning crawl line, "In a Galaxy Far, Far Away."




Those interested in how difficulty factors in will be glad to know that there doesn't appear to be any locked to a certain difficulty. In fact, most of these seem like they could easily be earned in a single run through of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. That's hard to say for sure, however, until the full game launches, but there's nothing that immediately appears to be exclusive of another.





A New Hope - Earn all trophies


Kicking Back - Kick a phillak that has kicked you


Collector - Collect all chests and secrets


Legendary Beasts - Defeat four mysterious creatures


Feel the Force - Unlock all Jedi skills


A Galaxy Far, Far Away - Complete all of BD-1's holomaps


Trust Only In The Force - Complete the story


The Mantis - Join the crew


A Long Time Ago - Discover the Bogano Vault


The Obstacle is the Way - Complete the Tomb of Eilram


Everything is Connected - Complete the Tomb of Miktrull


The Holocron Awaits - Open the Vault


Happy Go Wookiee - Free the Wookiees from Imperial imprisonment


Her Name Was Masana Tide - Defeat the Ninth Sister


Visiting Alderaan Places - Explore the crashed Venator


Gorgara Falls - Defeat the winged terror on Dathomir


For A More Civilized Age - Craft a lightsaber of your own


I Knew He Was No Good - Defeat a former Jedi Master


Back At You - Defeat 50 enemies with reflected blaster bolts


Perfect Timing - Parry 100 enemies


Kickoff - Defeat an enemy using only kicks


Triple Take - Defeat 3 enemies using a single lightsaber throw


What Goes Around... - Defeat an enemy with their own Slowed blaster bolt


Big Bang - Defeat 20 enemies with explosives


Don't Mess With BD-1 - Defeat an enemy with a hacked droid


Can't Touch This - Precision Evade 100 attacks


Look Out Below - Send 25 enemies over the edge


Not So Fast - Defeat 25 enemies while they are under the effect of Empowered Slow


Bank Shot - Defeat an enemy by colliding them with another enemy


Blade Master - Hit a single enemy with all lightsaber types


Cal Got Your Tongue? - Slice an oggdo's tongue


Medical Droid - Find all of BD-1's stim canisters


Green Thumb - Have a fully grown terrarium


Full House - Recruit all possible crew members for the Mantis


Data Disk - Find all of BD-1's encrypted logs


Sabersmith - Fully customize your lightsaber


The Full Glow-Up - Customize the look of Cal, BD-1, and the Mantis


Data Collector - Scan all enemy types


Scum and Villainy - Defeat each type of Bounty Hunter


Echo Location - Discover 75 Force Echoes


Many of them are related to using the Force, combat, Cal's droid companion BD-1, and the obvious story-related achievements. The latter actually begs a ton of questions, as there are locations such as Bogano Vault and the Tombs of Eilram and Miktrull, as none of these locations of figures have been mentioned prior to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.


It'll be interesting to see how the game is receive when it launches in just a couple of days, but during our Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order preview, we noted that the game's writing, combat, and puzzle mechanics were impressive. Hopefully, this proves to be the Star Wars games fans have been hoping for.


Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order launches on November 15 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.



Source: PSN Profiles