Star Wars Jedi: Survivor released last week to generally positive reviews, but PC players can understand the annoyance of its performance woes on that platform. EA has released a new patch that it says will improve the way the game runs on PC, but it’s unclear how much of a difference it made at the outset.
Today, a patch is available for the PC version of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, and tomorrow (May 2) we will also release a patch for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.
We’re working hard to create patches that further improve performance and fix bugs on all platforms.… pic.twitter.com/XrjbdDQUp6
– EA’s Star Wars (@EAStarWars) May 1, 2023
As shown in the tweet above, the PC patch has only one bullet point, which says “performance improvements for ray-traced rendering.” The long list of bullets below the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions are live on the PC version and will arrive on consoles on Tuesday, May 2. EA added that it will continue to improve it. improve the PC performance of the game in the future. patch.
Jedi PC Performance: Survivor was the only stumbling block in an overall positive launch for the new Star Wars game, which went on sale. quite a few copies in the UK. Early reports from PC stores said the game struggled to meet even 40 fps on top-of-the-line hardware, and YouTuber SkillUp didn’t recommend the game because of that.
In GameSpot’s Star Wars Jedi: Survivor ReviewReviewer Jordan Ramée praised the game’s touching story and pinpointed the fight:
“Survivor builds on Fallen Order in a number of meaningful ways, tightening combat mechanics, expanding the variety of lightsaber styles, reducing platform and puzzle frustration, and delving into less orthodox Star Wars lore to tell a great story about a Jedi trying to defeat a tyrannical evil at all costs and realizing that you can’t just fight for good – you have to fight for good in the right way. fight for what it takes for a Jedi Knight to begin his journey towards the rank of Master.”
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