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How Long Does Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Take To Beat?

In late 2019, Respawn Entertainment released its first game outside of the "Apex Legends" and "Titanfall" shared universe, sending gamers to a galaxy far, far away with "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order."

Respawn's first game for an outside IP the landing, impressing critics with a solid single-player story that ran through an engaging open world and used "Souls"-style mechanics to challenge players. Of course, anything influenced by the "Dark Souls" franchise and its ilk is going to have a few boss fights that feel practically impossible. However, fans were highly receptive to "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order," and it has established itself as one of the best "Star Wars" games in recent years.

"Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" has seen a resurgence of interest thanks to a 2021 patch that upgraded it for next-gen consoles, and intriguing sequel rumors. If you're considering picking the game up and wondering what kind of time investment it may require, worry no more. Here is how long it takes to beat "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order."

Completionist Jedi may take a bit more time

The overall length it takes for players to finish "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" will vary from player to player, mainly due to the open-world nature of the game. Even gamers focused on following the story may find themselves sidetracked by the fully realized "Star Wars" universe in front of them, which is why Prima Games goes wide with its estimate, citing 15 to 25 hours to complete the main story.

A more specific estimate comes from GamesRadar+. Reviewer Ben Tyrer got through the game in 22 hours with a 93% completion rate. However, Tyrer estimated that focused players could make it through the main story in 14 to 18 hours. That being said, when Tyrer pushed for the Platinum trophy, it added 12 hours to his playtime, bringing his total to 34 hours.

Those numbers line up pretty well with what two members of the IGN staff recorded for their playthroughs. Dan Stapleton reported a playtime of 20 to 25 hours for an 80% competition rate, whereas Mitchell Saltzman said he logged about 15 hours to complete the main story and another five to reach 85% completion.