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Jedi Action Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Releases New Patch with Performance Improvements and Bug Fixes

The popular action game, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, developed by Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts, has received its first new patch in two and a half months. The update brings several improvements and fixes to enhance the gameplay experience for players.

One of the notable changes in the PC version is the addition of performance and optimization improvements. The patch also introduces support for DLSS 2 and DLSS 3 scaling with frame generation technology, specifically for the RTX 40 series. However, there have been reports of graphical artifacts in the game after the integration of DLSS 3, which has been addressed by replacing the frame generation DLL file with an earlier version.

On the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles, the patch ensures a stable 60 fps experience. The quality mode has been further optimized to reduce frame rate fluctuations. Additionally, the PS5 version now supports Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) technology.

The patch also addresses several issues, including preventing damage to game saves and crashes. It fixes bugs related to lost experience points after death, as well as issues with fabric behavior, lighting, and the user interface.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was released on April 28th for PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S. This patch marks the seventh major update for the game since its release. The developers are also working on a port for PS4 and Xbox One.

Overall, the new patch brings significant improvements to the performance and stability of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. Players can expect a smoother gameplay experience with fewer bugs and issues. It's great to see the developers continuing to support and enhance the game even after its initial release.

Sources:
– WCCFtech (wccftech.com)
– Steam (store.steampowered.com)
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