EA releases next-gen update for console version Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order

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EA has updated the console version of Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, which will allow the game to run at higher frame rates and resolutions on the new consoles. There are improvements for the Xbox Series X and S and PlayStation 5.

On the Xbox Series X, the game could already be played in a performance mode at 60fps, but the resolution was then limited to 1080p. The update changes that to a dynamic resolution between 1440p and 1080p. On the Series S, the game now runs at 60fps, which was 45fps.

Also on the PlayStation 5, the frame rate has been increased from 45 fps to 60 fps. The game ran in PS4 mode with a dynamic resolution between 810p and 1080p, but that has now changed to a fixed resolution of 1200p. The resolution for post processing has been increased to 1440p.

The game was already playable on Xbox Series X and S and PlayStation 5, but until now it ran in backwards compatibility mode. As a result, settings and resolutions were comparable to those of the game for the previous generation of consoles. For Xbox players, Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order is part of the Game Pass subscription.

Playstation 5 Xbox Series X Xbox Series S
frame rate 60fps (from 45fps) Performance mode: 60fps
Normal mode: 30fps
60fps (from 45fps)
Resolution 1200p Performance mode: dynamic 1080-1440p
Normal mode: dynamic 1512-2160p
Post Processing Resolution 1440p Normal mode: 4k Unchanged
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