How to get Double Jump in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Follow our guide for how to get Double Jump in Jedi: Fallen Order and you'll get this valuable power in just a hop, skip and a force jump.

Being able to pull and push things with the Force is all well and good, but sometimes you just need to get places. If you’ve been exploring Dathomir and the other planets of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, you’ll likely have come across a jump or two that you simply can’t make. If you’ve played a fair few video games you know what to expect from here, what you need is the Double Jump power, but it’ll take a while to obtain it. Want to learn how to get Double Jump in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order? Read on!

How to get Double Jump in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

How to get Double Jump in Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order
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To get the Double Jump power in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, you’ll need to play through a good chunk of the story. Your chance to grab this Force power comes when you’re asked to visit Kashyyk for the second time. You’ll be heading there to speak with a particular Wookiee, but along the way you’ll meet a large bird who helps you out. Head on a bit further and as you bounce across the plants here Cal will get another flashback to his training. Complete the exercise and voila, you’ve now remembered how to Double Jump! 

With your new Double Jump power, you’ll be able to return to the dangerous planet of Dathomir, home of the Double-Bladed lightsaber. Return to the place you met the mysterious wanderer and you might just find a use for this new power of yours!

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