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Jedi Fallen Order vs Mortal Shell – The Definitive Comparison

Jedi Fallen Order vs Mortal Shell - The Definitive Comparison

Hi guys! Today I will talk about Jedi Fallen Order vs Mortal Shell. 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 the story, Jedi Fallen Order wins easily. As I have said in previous articles Mortal Shell’s story is uninteresting and forgettable. Mortal Shell has no interesting characters and gives the player no reason to care about what is going on in that world.

Jedi Fallen Order on the other hand has a lot of interesting characters that have interesting personalities and it also has an amazing story that will leave you wanting more when you finish the game.

If you care about the story then Jedi Fallen Order is the best choice.


There are a lot of differences in the gameplay of these two games. Jedi Fallen Order has a combat system that is similar to Sekiro’s meaning that it wants you to parry and keep attacking. Mortal Shell’s combat system focuses on the game’s hardening mechanic.

As for the weapons that you have available, in Mortal Shell there are 5 weapon types available while Jedi Fallen Order has only two kinds of weapons available, the lightsaber and the dual-blade lightsaber.

I can’t really say which is better in that regard because it comes down to people’s preferences. Some players want to have a lot of weapons available while others don’t mind playing with the same weapon for the entire game.

Both games also have a variety of enemies for you to fight against but I can’t really say that they have bosses that you will find memorable after you finish the game. I have said it before in previous articles but Mortal Shell’s bosses aren’t that interesting and the game doesn’t have enough bosses, to begin with. Jedi Fallen Order has done a somewhat better job when it comes to bosses but still, the boss fights didn’t feel as interesting as the boss fights in FromSoftware games.

When it comes to how challenging these two games are, Jedi Fallen Order is more challenging. The reason Mortal Shell is not as challenging in my opinion is that the hardening system is too overpowered once you get used to it and it isn’t that hard to take advantage of that system to not take any damage. Another important factor to consider is replayability. I don’t think either game is worth playing a second time, of course, that is a personal opinion but that’s how I felt.

Lastly if you want the game with the most content then Jedi Fallen Order wins there too.


Visually Jedi Fallen Order looks stunning, Mortal Shell looks good too, but Jedi Fallen Order has some beautiful locations that you visit throughout the game and they look amazing. Mortal Shell doesn’t have a lot of variety in the locations that you play and they aren’t something special to look at.

As for the customization, I recommend Jedi Fallen Order because it has some customization options like changing lightsaber colors, changing spaceship colors, changing clothing colors, and much more. Mortal Shell has no customization to offer besides changing shells (and shells are basically different characters with different stats so you can’t call it customization).

Final Thoughts

Let me summarize what you should remember from this article.

First, when it comes to the story, Jedi Fallen Order is far superior and the story is a lot more interesting and entertaining. Mortal Shell’s story is forgettable and it’s just there to give an explanation of why you are fighting.

When it comes to the gameplay, Jedi Fallen Order is more challenging and has more content, but Mortal Shell has more weapons for the player to choose from.

Finally, the visuals of Jedi Fallen Order are better but not by a lot, it’s just that it also has amazing scenery while Mortal Shell has little diversity in that regard. When it comes to customization Jedi Fallen Order wins again.

Whichever game you choose I recommend waiting for sale.

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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