Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Lacks Content After A Patch!?

Players who pre-ordered Respawn Entertainment’s latest game or even bought the Deluxe Edition version should not only complain about the poor state of the PC port!


It’s been over a week since the release of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, but PC players are still far from getting the game to make good use of the CPU and GPU (it also applies to Arkane Austin’s Redfall; we wrote about this the other day). A patch has made things worse, not in terms of performance, but because of it, the deluxe/pre-order DLCs have disappeared from the game! The situation seems like the studio is in panic mode but becoming somewhat humorous.

“I pre-ordered the deluxe edition of Jedi Survivor, and I had all the extra content for the first few days. I got on yesterday, and all the DLC has disappeared. I bought the game on EA, so I tried repairing the game, and that didn’t work. I’ve restarted my PC, turned it on and off, deleted the game, and re-downloaded it. Still, all the content is missing,” wrote u/TaeYong17 on Reddit, not an isolated case, as the error also appears in the Steam reviews. Electronic Arts’ community manager responded on the publisher’s forum.

They are aware of the error and are investigating what caused it. It is recommended to check the integrity of the files in both Steam and the EA app to see if it will help us recover the lost content. It is also essential that DLCs are installed correctly. Pre-order bonuses include a Hermit costume and lightsaber set that lets Cal Kestis look like Obi-Wan Kenobi (Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is set at the same time as the Obi-Wan TV series) and a combustion blaster set. The Deluxe Edition includes two cosmetic packs (Han Solo, Luke Skywalker).

There are still some bugs (one of the enemies can knock us out without our XP being recovered, as it flies away) and a boss who, if we defeat him as he defeats us, becomes invincible…

Source: PCGamer

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