Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order: The Next-Gen Update Is Here

The PlayStation 5 and the two Xbox Series consoles can now run Respawn‘s 2019 title that made Electronic Arts eat the humble pie with a better performance.

The publisher was surprised to see this single-player game surpass the expectations. The studio has brought out the next-gen optimization update for it, we read on Electronic Arts’ website.

„The high-level summary of features: improved framerate on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PlayStation 5; improved dynamic resolution ranges, for a higher resolution experience on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PlayStation 5; improved post-processing resolution for Xbox Series X and PS5. (Not Xbox Series S.)

Console-specific updates: Xbox Series S – Framerate has been increased to 60 frames per second (up from 45 frames per second). Xbox Series X – Xbox Series X Performance mode (Framerate has been increased to 60 frames per second; dynamic resolution added in the range of 1080p to 1440p); Xbox Series X Normal Mode (Non-Performance Mode – postprocessing has been increased to 4K; dynamic resolution in the range of 1512p to 2160p).

PlayStation 5 – framerate has been increased to 60 frames per second (up from 45 frames per second); postprocessing increased to 1440p; dynamic resolution has been disabled and the game is rendering at 1200p (up from 810 to 1080p),” the website reads. So the PlayStation 5 got rid of dynamic rendering, which is an interesting choice on Respawn’s end, but having better frame rates can never hurt (and 45 FPS sounded somewhat unusual, to begin with). No Performance mode on the PlayStation 5 is also surprising to us.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One (as well as the next-gen consoles via backwards compatibility), and PC via Steam and Origin.

Source: Gematsu

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