Star Wars Jedi: Survivor receives a massive update for free, accessible from now
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is just one of many outstanding releases this year and should easily have been one of its stand-out releases; unfortunately though it seems it may get lost among Starfield, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Baldur’s Gate 3 and Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.
Jedi: Survivor delivers an engaging main narrative while its side missions could use some work. Our review stated, however, that Star Wars Jedi: Survivor stands out as an exceptional sequel, improving on any issues fans had with Fallen Order while offering plenty of new features that will keep players playing for extended periods. Undoubtedly an improvement upon its predecessor, even if it may not make GOTY contender. For fans still exploring Coruscant, Koboh, Jedha Nova Garon Tanalorr you are going to appreciate what this update brings!
Jedi: Survivor has received a free patch with many performance improvements on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S including GPU and CPU optimizations as per a press release. As well as disabling Ray Tracing this is said to provide players with an improved experience enabling them to reach 60fps in Performance Mode while Quality Mode features “help reduce FPS fluctuations”.
Variable Refresh Rate support has been added for PS5, along with performance & optimisation improvements on PC including DLSS support. Also in this patch are save system tweaks designed to prevent save game corruption as well as fixing an issue where players could not regain XP when dying under certain circumstances; furthermore there have been crash and bug fixes related to cloth, lighting and user interface (UI) elements of gameplay.
Patch should now automatically be available to you on your chosen platform.