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What’s the point in having a cool Lightsaber if you can’t make it your own? Star Wars Jedi Survivor understands this, which is why you won’t have to wait long in the game to find a workbench and start customizing yours. While it doesn’t affect its performance in combat, the cosmetic options you have at your disposal go quite deep, and you can truly turn the weapon into something meaningful to you.

We’ll walk you through every step of the customization process and explain how it all works, as well as how to get new parts.

If you want to make the most of the customization, then check out our BD-1 customization guide, as well as our Lightsaber stances ranking to see how they all perform in combat.

Lightsaber components – Star Wars Jedi Survivor

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Once you get to a workbench, you’ll be able to switch out any section of the Lightsaber you like with any of the components you’ve unlocked. There are no restrictions on how you can mix and match these parts, so you can create any combination you like, no matter what set they’re from. With 9 sections to choose from, there is no aspect of the weapon that can’t be changed.

Lightsaber materials – Star Wars Jedi Survivor

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The materials are what determine the color and texture of your Lightsaber. Here you can have just about any color of the rainbow, provided you’ve unlocked it, and there are different textures too like plastic, metallic, or matte. You can pick different colors and materials for the primary, secondary, accent, and grip parts of your Lightsaber, so there’s plenty of potential to make it stand out.

Here, you can also choose how aged the Lightsaber looks. You can make it look like something pristine and never used, or like an ancient weapon that’s been in thousands of battles.

Lightsaber blade – Star Wars Jedi Survivor

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And so we come to the most important bit, the color of the blade.

There are nine options for this, all unlocked from the start of the game:

  • Blue
  • Green
  • Purple
  • Yellow
  • Cyan
  • Magenta
  • Indigo
  • Orange
  • White

All the standard colors you’d expect – apart from red, of course, as that is the color of the dark side.

How to get more Lightsaber parts – Star Wars Jedi Survivor

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Anywhere in the game that looks like it goes off the beaten path, have a look down there and see what you can find. Chances are you’ll find one of the blue bins that are scattered all over the game world. These contain all of the customization objects and parts in the game, from Cal’s hair and clothes to Lightsaber parts and materials. Seek them out in the quiet corners of the galaxy to unlock more parts.