Star Wars Fallen Order takes inspirations from multiple other games, making for a Star Wars experience focused on quick and intense lightsaber combat. You’ll constantly need to manage your health as you’re making your way between save points, so here’s everything you need to know about how to heal your health in Jedi Fallen Order.
How to Heal Your Health in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Star Wars Fallen Order takes some inspiration from games like Dark Souls, meaning you’ll have to manage your health and decide whether to push on or turn back.
There are a couple of different ways of healing in Fallen Order, but the first is very finite. Your robotic pal BD-1 has Stim charges that you can use, but it comes with a limited amount.
During battle or exploration, at any time you can use a Stim charge, restoring a chunk of health. Keep in mind, however, that these charges take time to use, so it’s a good idea to use Slow any nearby enemies to give yourself some breathing room. Below is a table with the button commands for using Stim on each system.
Keep in mind that you can find additional Stim charges in yellow crates usually tucked away in hidden areas. At the same time you can find boosts that increase the amount of health a Stim restores.
Sadly, once you’re out of Stims that’s it and your only option is to find a Meditation Point, or return to the last one you were at.
Enter the Meditation Point and make sure to choose the “rest” option as that’s the only way to restore your Stim. Keep in mind, of course, that this will also respawn any and all enemies. If you’re familiar with the bonfires of Dark Souls, it’s the same idea.
That covers everything you might need to know about how to heal your health in Jedi Fallen Order.
For even more tips and info, make sure to check out our Star Wars Fallen Order guide wiki.
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