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
- 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.
- Quality Mode has also been optimized. The changes helped reduce fps fluctuations. Visual improvements were also made.
- The PlayStation 5 version got support for variable frame rate.
Fixes on PC
- The PC version also received optimization improvements.
- In addition, DLSS support was finally added.
Other changes implanted on all platforms
- Adjustments have been made to the save system to prevent save file corruption.
- Bug that prevented XP recovery after player death under certain circumstances has been fixed.
- Fixes related to game freezing have been implemented.
- 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.
- Star Wars Jedi Survivor - game guide