Some NPCs In Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Look Scary Up Close

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Screenshot: Boundary Break (Youtube)

If you dig around Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, you will find some interesting stuff out of bounds. For example, a bunch of cool, unused stuff is hidden beneath some planets. But there are also some terrifying low-poly NPCs that players weren’t meant to see up close.

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Popular Youtube channel, Boundary Break, released a new video covering all of these and other discoveries they found while taking the camera around the game and into places players weren’t supposed to see.

One of the most interesting discoveries showcased in the video is a hidden message found under the Wookiee homeworld of Kashyyyk. In white letters on an unused piece of hidden geometry, you can find the simple message: “Metroidvania Test Stay Calm.”

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Screenshot: Boundary Break (Youtube)

The video also showcased all the different alien creatures that players can spot on the various worlds. Some of these look great up close.

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Screenshot: Boundary Break (Youtube)

While others look like melted toys made out of crappy plastic.

Illustration for article titled Some NPCs In iStar Wars Jedi: Fallen/i iOrder /iLook Scary Up Close
Screenshot: Boundary Break (Youtube)
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And yes, if you were to take the camera into a crowd found in one area of the game, you will find some awful looking NPCs. Granted, players were never meant to be this close to them. They also look better than those low-poly NPCs found in Spider-Man on PS4.

Illustration for article titled Some NPCs In iStar Wars Jedi: Fallen/i iOrder /iLook Scary Up Close
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The whole video is worth watching, even if you didn’t play Fallen Order. And if you did play Fallen Order, you get to see how some of the cool force vision sections here handled in-game.

Kotaku Weekend Editor | Zack Zwiezen is a writer living in Kansas. He has written for GameCritics, USgamer, Kill Screen & Entertainment Fuse.

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DISCUSSION

Anyone who grew up in the N64/PS1 era wouldn’t see that as scary. Just retro.