While the cutscenes in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order are well-made and essential to the game’s story, some players may wish to skip them to save time or revisit important moments without watching the entire cutscene. Fortunately, the game offers a simple way to skip cutscenes. Here’s how:
- When a cutscene begins playing, wait for the prompt to appear on the screen. This prompt will typically say “Press [Button] to Skip” or something similar.
- Once the prompt appears, press the designated button to skip the cutscene. On PlayStation 4, the button is usually the Circle button. On Xbox One, it is usually the B button. On PC, it may vary depending on the player’s control scheme.
- If the prompt does not appear or the designated button does not work, it may be because the cutscene is not skippable. Some cutscenes, particularly those that are important to the game’s story, cannot be skipped.
- If players want to skip all cutscenes in the game, they can do so by going into the Options menu and selecting the Gameplay tab. From there, they can find an option called “Skip Movies” and toggle it on. This will skip all cutscenes in the game automatically, so players should use this option with caution.
It’s worth noting that while skipping cutscenes can save time, it may also lead to confusion or a less immersive experience for players who are not familiar with the game’s story. As such, it’s recommended that players watch the cutscenes at least once to fully appreciate the game’s narrative and characters.
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