Respawn and EA have released a new patch for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, focusing on improving performance for console players. The patch introduces a “solid 60fps” for Performance modes on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. This enhancement provides a smoother gameplay experience for console users.
On the PC version, the patch introduces support for Nvidia DLSS, a technology known for significantly improving performance for certain users. This update aims to enhance the gameplay experience and optimize the performance of the game on PC.
In addition to the performance enhancements, the patch also addresses various bug fixes. One of the fixes resolves an issue where players were unable to retrieve XP under specific circumstances after dying in the game. This bug fix ensures that players can progress properly and earn their experience points without any hindrance.
Furthermore, the patch introduces several other improvements, such as optimization for Quality Mode to reduce FPS fluctuation and enhance visuals. The update also includes variable refresh rate support for PS5, additional performance optimizations for PC, and tweaks to the save system to prevent save game corruption.
Despite the initial glitches and performance issues on launch, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor has seen success. The game's UK launch sales were over 30 percent higher than its predecessor, Fallen Order, thanks to digital downloads. EA has been working diligently to improve the game since its release, with more updates planned for the future.
Overall, these performance enhancements and bug fixes demonstrate EA's commitment to delivering an improved gaming experience for Star Wars Jedi: Survivor players. With continued support and updates, the game is expected to thrive and engage players in the coming months.
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