EA has pushed out a brand new patch for homeowners of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, providing up some visible enhancements for these taking part in the 2019 journey on Xbox Collection X|S and PlayStation 5 consoles.
As per the patch notes, all consoles recieve a framerate improve, with the sport going from 45 FPS to 60FPS on the brand new programs. In the meantime, Xbox Collection X homeowners can now select to run the sport in a Efficiency mode with the brand new framerate and a dynamic decision in thee vary of 1080p to 1440p or go for a Regular mode the place postprocessing has been elevated to 4K with a Dynamic Decision vary of 1512p to 2160p.
In the meantime, the PlayStation 5 will get its framerate elevated to 60FPS, with postprocessing elevated to 1440p. Dynamic Decision has been disabled on that console, and the sport is rendering at 1200p which is up from 810-1080p.
The patch ought to be reside on all of the programs now and utilized the subsequent time you run the sport – which we might heartily reccomend should you’ve not performed it but —take a butcher’s at our verdict over here. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order can also be currently available for no extra cost as part of an EA Play subscription or on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
Developer Respawn Leisure in the meantime is mentioned to have commenced work on the studio’s subsequent undertaking, which if job listings are anything to go by will see them working on a new IP.