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Jedi Fallen Order vs The Surge 2 – The Definitive Comparison

Jedi Fallen Order vs The Surge 2

Hi guys! Today I will talk about Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and The Surge 2. I will do a comparison between them and I will let you be the judge of which game is better. First I will talk about the storyline of those 2 games, then I will talk about the difference or similarities in their gameplay, and lastly, I will compare the visuals and tell you my final thoughts. Now let’s begin.


When it comes to story Jedi Fallen Order wins, and it’s a clear win. The story of Jedi Fallen Order is more interesting and impactful. The Surge 2 tells its story through audio logs mostly and it didn’t make me care one bit about what was going on.

Jedi Fallen Order makes you care about the story and its characters. The characters in Surge 2 feel bland and uninteresting.

If you want a game that will make you care about the story then Jedi Fallen Order is the best choice.


Jedi Fallen Order and Surge 2 differ in the way they approach combat.

In Jedi Fallen Order you can use your force powers to end fights quickly and you can also use parry similar to Sekiro. In Surge 2 on the other hand you have to decide which of the body parts you are going to focus your attacks on.

Jedi Fallen Order has only two kinds of weapons available, the lightsaber and the dual-blade lightsaber. Surge 2 offers a variety of weapons with different abilities and movesets.

Now that doesn’t necessarily mean that Surge 2 is better just because it has more weapons to choose. It all comes down to personal preferences.

Besides the variety of weapons, Surge 2 has a variety of armors for you to equip. Jedi Fallen doesn’t offer armor sets for you to use.

As for the enemies, both games have a variety of enemies though Surge 2 has a little more variety when it comes to enemies.

When it comes to bosses I still prefer Surge 2, because most bosses in Jedi Last Order felt uninteresting to me.

Both games have around the same difficulty which for me isn’t something special. They weren’t that challenging most of the time.

Lastly, Surge 2 has way more replayability since it has a variety of weapons and builds that you can try.


Visually Jedi Fallen Order is absolutely stunning. Surge 2 doesn’t even come close to how good Jedi Fallen Order looks. The scenery and locations look amazing and make the experience even more immersive.

Surge 2 has good graphics but they can’t stand against Jedi Fallen Order’s graphics.

As for the customization, Surge 2 offers a character creation system but it’s very limited and doesn’t give you a lot of options. Jedi Fallen Order doesn’t have a character creation system, but you can unlock different outfit colors in the game by finding them in boxes in the game, and you can also customize every part of your lightsaber.

With this I can say they are pretty much equal in customization.

Final Thoughts

Let me summarize what you should remember from this article.

First, when it comes to the story then the best choice is Jedi Fallen Order by far. Second, if you prefer playing with a lightsaber and forces powers for the entire game than having a variety of weapons and armors then Jedi Fallen Order is the game for you.

If you want interesting bosses and more variety in enemies, and a lot of replayability then Surge 2 is the best choice.

Lastly, if you want amazing visuals then you should pick Jedi Fallen Order and the customization is around the same level in both games.

I don’t recommend getting either game in full price, so you should wait for sale in my opinion.

This is it, guys. I hope you found the article informative and that I helped you decide which is the best game for you.

Write in the comments below if you agree or disagree with what I said and if you think I forgot something. See ya in the next article.

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