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News video games 06 September 2023, 15:36

author: Jan Kopacz

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Gets DLSS on PC and 60 Fps on Consoles

Patch 7 introduced major improvements to Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. On PC, the game finally received DLSS support, and console players can now enjoy 60 frames per second.

Source: Electronic Arts

Respawn Entertainment has released a new update for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. It is numbered 7 and was released simultaneously on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.

Changes to the console versions

  1. Performance Mode has been completely overhauled to provide players with a better gameplay experience. A number of optimizations have been made for the GPU and CPU, and ray tracing has been disabled. These changes have contributed to a significant performance improvement, providing smooth gameplay at 60 frames per second.
  2. Quality Mode has also been optimized. The changes helped reduce fps fluctuations. Visual improvements were also made.
  3. The PlayStation 5 version got support for variable frame rate.

Fixes on PC

  1. The PC version also received optimization improvements.
  2. In addition, DLSS support was finally added.

Other changes implanted on all platforms

  1. Adjustments have been made to the save system to prevent save file corruption.
  2. Bug that prevented XP recovery after player death under certain circumstances has been fixed.
  3. Fixes related to game freezing have been implemented.
  4. Various graphics improvements have been implemented, including fixes to the appearance of fabrics, lighting and user interface.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was released this April on PC and PS5 and XSX/S consoles. Recently it was reported that due to the game's success, a decision has been made to develop a port for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

  1. Star Wars Jedi Survivor - game guide
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