The Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Scomp Link is something you're going to want almost as soon as you start playing, as it's essential to unlock certain crates and doors. The BD-1 upgrade will be picked up as part of the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order story but there's a way to get it sooner that means you can start grabbing Lightsaber parts and accessing new areas sooner rather than later and if you want to unlock the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order double bladed Lightsaber. Here's how to find the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Scomp Link
Where to find the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Scomp Link
While you can fast track finding the Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order Scomp link, you will have to play through the story to a certain point in order to gain the Force Push ability. That will let you access the area where the Scomp Link upgrades lives. Follow our Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order walkthrough if you need guidance but basically just go where you're told until you complete the Tomb of Eilram and return to the surface of Zeffo.
When you get back to the surface check your map and you should see two large doors that are now green because you can open them with your new found Force Push ability.
If you take the door on the right as you come out of the temple (at the top in the image above). It'll lead you to an ice slide that will take you all the way back to the Weathered Monument area, which was the place with a fan you could Force Slow and a cave where you watched the Imperial Transport leave. If you've not been there via this route before cut the crane rope to release a shortcut and then head down to the blue-tinged door you couldn't interact with before (right on the image below).
You'll now be able to use Force Push to blast the door open and go inside. Look for a red climbable wall you can scale, and you'll find a bench at the top that will give you the Scomp Link upgrade.
Now you'll be able to pop open any Scomp Link crates and doors you find which will help you find more customisation options and new areas. Unlocking it now, rather basically just saves some backtracking.