How to repair Scomp Link in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Repair BD-1's Scomp Link in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order to access crates and unlock secret doors.

There’s nothing more irritating to an exploratory gamer than a chest you simply can’t open. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is full of them and some extra doors to boot, informing you that you’ll need to repair BD-1’s Scomp Link if you want to open these tasty looking crates. Your poor little robot buddy had his Scomp Link damaged in an early encounter with a bog rat, but it is possible to fix it. Here’s how to repair the Scomp Link in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

How to repair Scomp Link in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

How to repair Scomp Link in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
This is no time for meditating, Cal, there's a Scomp Link to repair!
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To repair your Scomp Link in Jedi: Fallen Order you’ll need to make it to Zeffo, one of the two planets you get access to after completing the early section on Bogano. While you should probably head to Dathomir first, it won’t be long before you travel to Zeffo as well. Once there, you’ll need to play through the story until you unlock Force Push. Don’t worry, you’ll get it soon while exploring the Tomb of Eilram. 

Once you have Force Push, travel to the Weathered Monument area in central Zeffo and look for the big old door that looks damaged. Seems like a bit of a force-enhanced push might knock that old geezer down, right? Right. Use your new power to open the way, then follow the trail within until you find a workbench. Cal will take the chance here to repair BD-1’s Scomp Link, letting you return to all those pesky crates and doors that you couldn’t access before. You did remember where they all were, right?

While you’re trying to remember all the spots you’ve passed already, why not take a look at our other guides for Fallen Order? Click the links below for more hot tips.

Now that you’ve repaired your Scomp Link in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order you can access plenty more lightsaber parts, and also open up a few shortcuts and hidden areas too! Awww yisss.

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