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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order next-gen optimization live

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The 2019 action-adventure Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is entering a new phase of its adventure. There’s a new patch that’s been announced on the Electronic Arts’s website, Say hello to the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order next-gen optimization patch.

All of Jedi Fallen Order’s DLC has been free so far, and now that trend continues. And you can enjoy more of Cal’s story in the time of the brutal Empire with stunning 1440p on the Xbox Series X for some effects.. That’s because the new Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order next-gen optimization patch brings the game into the new generation, finally.

This patch turns more visual flair on by improving both the resolution and the FPS the game is locked to. The game can even render at 4K, or 2160p on the XSX. The Microsoft consoles have a choice between Normal mode, which runs at 2160p, while Performance runs at 1440p.

While on the PS5 it runs at a locked 1200p, thanks to weaker hardware on the Sony side. The aforementioned 1440p number is for post-processing effects. Still, there are other improvements to be had. Both the console ports will run at a maximum of 60 FPS when the patch is applied. Previously, the game was locked to 45 FPS.

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So all in all, you will be able to enjoy the game on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S in all its possible glory.

The Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order next-gen update is live this week for both PS5 and Xbox Series X users. You can download the patch via the normal game update functions on your platform.

And if you don’t already own the game, there’s an easy way to get hold of it. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order recently landed on Electronic Arts’s game subscription service, EA Play. You can experience the full game after downloading it direct to your console from EA through the Microsoft service. Respawn and EA have done a stellar job of getting the game into as many hands as possible.

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