Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order arrived late last week as the first single-player Star Wars game in nine whole years. Players have so far reacted warmly to the title, and in particular its many customisation options for protagonist Cal Kestis' own lightsaber, which allows players to choose from a range of emitters, switches, sleeves and materials to leave their mark on Star Wars' most iconic weapon.
It's a wonderful feature, but for all that getting to iron out all the little details with your hilt can be pretty rewarding, the main draw is obviously the Kyber crystal within. Said crystal emits the distinctive hue of the lightsaber itself, with the most famous obviously being blue, green and red. Those were the only three for quite a while, until the prequels emerged and further colours came along with them, including orange, yellow, and the now familiar purple that made Mace Windu's lightsaber so distinctive in Episodes II and III.
Fallen Order goes one step further though. Along with those more familiar colours, the game also resurrects crystals that were retconned out of existence - leaving players with an incredible variety of options from which to make their own version of Cal stand out compared to others...
SPOILER WARNING! Most of these colours don't become available until after the game's fifth chapter. Look away now if you don't wish to be spoiled!