Just yesterday, on January 12th, Respawn Entertainment released an optimization update for its 2019 title Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order on the next-gen consoles. This update includes improved performance and visuals on both Xbox Series consoles and the PlayStation 5. More Specifically, the game now targets up to 60 frames per second across all systems, and the Xbox Series X version has a mode that uses 4K post-processing. If you want more details, the full patch notes can be found on the game’s webpage.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sees players experience the journey of Cal Kestis, a former Jedi Academy Padawan who survived Order 66. This title reviewed well with critics and the general public despite some bugs on the initial release. Of course, following the launch date, Respawn took the initiative to patch the game and fix issues players experienced. Not only did Respawn produce bug fixes, but they also released a free content update that added New Journey +, Meditation Training and more. This content patch proved that Respawn and, in turn, EA are invested in improving this single-player experience.
As for what’s to come for Jedi: Fallen Order, it’s difficult to say for certain. Respawn’s commitment to this game as time goes on gives fans hope for a potential sequel, if not some additional story content involving Cal. I don’t think I’m alone in saying that I definitely want more of this experience, be it a brand new Star Wars Jedi game or DLC expansion.