It's been over a year since the release of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. So far, over ten million players have played the title, and the development of its sequel is just a matter of time, because EA treats it as the beginning of a completely new series/IP. Thanks to backwards compatibility, the game is also available on the latest Xbox and PlayStation 5 consoles. As announced, the developers from Respawn Entertainment have just published an optimization update that improves the game's performance on next-gen playforms.
Note, however, that we should not expect drastic changes in visual quality or addition of improved textures and 3D models, as well as graphic effects such as ray-tracing. The patch only increases the game's dynamic resolution and improves its performance, which so far has remained unchanged compared to the last-gen console version.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - next-gen update
Xbox Series S
- Improved Performance. The game now runs in 60 fps (previously it was 45).
Xbox Series X
- Improved performance. Game now runs in 60 fps (previously 45 frames per second).
- Introduced dynamic resolution feature from 1080p to 1440p.
Standard Performance Mode
- Implemented dynamic resolution from 1512p to 2160p.
- Post-processing in 4K.
- Improved performance. Game now runs in 60 fps (previously 45).
- Post-processing in 1440p.
- Previous dynamic resolution option of up to 800p to 1080p has been disabled. The game is now rendered at a fixed resolution of 1200p.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is available as part of the EA Play subscription on Xbox and PlayStation. On Microsoft consoles, Xbox Game Pass subscribers can also download the game at no additional cost.
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