Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order receives an update to improve its visual performance on next-gen consoles. Electronic Arts has released a list of changes that Xbox Series X and S, as well as PlayStation 5 users, can expect to see when the update is installed. This includes improved frame rates, which have now been increased from 45 fps to 60 fps on all three consoles. Additionally, users will see better resolution on each machine, depending on the mode selected.
Interesting information: the PlayStation 5 no longer has a dynamic resolution and instead displays a rendering at 1200p
Xbox Series X renders between 1512p and 2160p in “normal mode” and between 1080p and 1440p in performance mode
All versions run at 60 FPS maximum
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Fallen Order is available via EA Play and Game Pass Ultimate members and is highly regarded by critics for its mix of action and adventure. Our Devindra Hardawar played the game at launch and found that the mixture of Dark Souls-Combat and esque strength powers are a winner. He said the game made you “feel like a Lightsaber Jedi”, surely the biggest compliment for any game taking place in the Star wars universe.