Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has a new patch that addresses a slew of problems, but not the game's performance issues. BD-1 will now be visible even after Bogano, and the Dathomir bridge has been located. A colour switch has made the Force bars easier to read.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has a new update, everyone. What a time to be alive! Alas, the update giveth and the update taketh away. Here's what we mean:
If you decide to visit Dathomir, the neutral planet that can be found in the Quelli sector, and fancy exploring its tomb, you'll find that you will no longer get stuck in it. Furthermore, the devs have decided to "locate" the missing bridge so you're good on that front as well.
The rumours of the character that would sometimes leave his post and refused to appear have now been silenced and he was given one final warning. Reports are that he has cleaned up his act since.
Now for the "taketh away part". BD-1, the eager little droid, has lost its powers of invisibility. After some players reported that he had a thing for turning imperceptible after they finished Bogano the powers that be apparently swooped in and righted this terrible wrong.
AltChar has reached out to BD-1 for comment but we think that he might have liked his newfound stealth abilities. The one gameplay tweak that came with the patch are the now easier to read Force bars, due to the colour switch.
Tomb of Miktrull, you know the one with the puzzles, has also been updated. The issue that prevented the Spire of Miktrull from being raised is now gone, and now all you have to do now is deal with the Tomb's head-scratchers.