EA and Respawn Entertainment today released another update for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. Version 1.12 is all about various optimizations for next-gen consoles. Accordingly, owners of a PS5 and Xbox Series X / S can look forward to a higher frame rate and improved dynamic resolution. However, the update will have different effects on your game – depending on your console.
If you play Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on a PS5 in the future, the title will now be played at 60 FPS. The dynamic resolution has now been deactivated and the game now renders with 1,200p compared to the previous 810p-1,080p. The post-processing of the PS5 version has been increased to 1,440p.
Xbox Series X owners have a choice of two modes. In performance mode, the frame rate has also been increased to 60 FPS. The dynamic resolution is now in the range between 1,080p and 1,440p. There is no post-processing here. In normal mode, however, the dynamic resolution is in the range between 1.512p and 2.160p. Post-processing was set to 4K. In return, the frame rate of the sci-fi title remains at around 45 FPS.
The fewest changes are for Xbox Series S. Only the frame rate has been increased from 45 to 60 FPS. The update is now available free of charge and should be downloaded automatically the next time the game is started. The Respawn Entertainment team is already working on a sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (buy now € 23.99 /€ 24.99 ). We will keep you up to date with new announcements.
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