Like many games that were released near the end of the previous generation, it appears that Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order It gets a next-generation update that will help it work better on Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5. As always, we can expect to see higher and more stable frameworks, but then Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment detailed what players can expect to see on a console-by-console basis.
Specifically, a group of Correction Notes The post on Electronic Arts’ website tells us everything we need to know. On Xbox Series S, expect to see the frame rate go up to 60fps, which is a slight jump over the 45fps it used to set. That seems to be all we can expect for the Xbox Series S release of the game, and it’s not really surprising given that the S-Series lags behind Series X and PlayStation 5 in terms of overall power.
On Xbox Series X, we’ll see two different modes – Performance Mode and Regular Mode. In Performance mode, the frame rate increased to 60fps and we’ll see dynamic resolution in the 1080p to 1440p range. In normal mode, post-processing has been increased to 4K, while the dynamic resolution range is improved from 1512 pixels to 2160 pixels. There’s no talk of frame frameworks for normal mode, so it’s best to expect 30fps when playing in this mode.
Then we have the upcoming changes to the PlayStation 5, which will once again include an increase in the frame rate to 60 FPS. Post-processing this time is at 1440p, while dynamic resolution is already disabled and the game will instead run at 1200p.
EA indicates in these release notes that the update has already shipped to gamers, so if you own a copy of the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order And you have Xbox Series X | S or PlayStation 5, be sure to download this update and see how the game has improved.