One of the biggest surprises in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order edited by Developer Respawn is how much his combat approach is based on the blueprint of FromSoftware role-playing games. If you've played Demon's Souls, Dark Souls, Bloodborne, or Sekiro: Shadows The Twice you know what to expect: melee combat that requires a degree of finesse with careful avoidance and the need to learn the attack patterns of even the most insignificant adversaries.
At least this is the experience sometimes made . Fallen Order is an attempt to make the intimidating but rewarding FromSoftware approach more accessible by explaining exactly how it handles difficulties. Before you start a game, you can choose your level of difficulty, which includes four levels: Story, Jedi Knight, Jedi Master, and Jedi Grandmaster. Each level of difficulty adjusts three sliders: indulgence parry, damage received, and enemy aggression. (The first shot is lower at higher difficulty levels, while the latter two are higher.)
If you've played and enjoyed games in the series Souls or if you want to get the most out of Fallen Order 's combat system, I recommend that you opt for Jedi Master, the version of the hard mode of the game.
There's no need to worry if I call it "Hard." Even in Jedi Master mode, fighting scenarios are not that difficult for most of the game. They only require a little bit of attention and a healthy amount of evasion. You may actually be heavy in if you take a seemingly simple creature for granted. (Listen: You'll find some rams in this game.) Respect these goddamn rams. ), but the Most enemies can not stand much punishment. Those who can frustrate you until you remember that your powers of power are there for a reason, and then they become easier.
One caveat: The difficulty curve in Fallen Order is not a smooth one. There are some fights that are honestly nonsense. If you ever stop having fun, you need to reduce the difficulty ̵
Also, do not be too surprised by the game compared to Dark Souls . The comparison is true in any case, but if that turns you off, you know that most of the fun lies in exploring Fallen Order . Instead, think of Metroid and everything will be fine.