In a quick little update from EA, information about a new update for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was shared. The information goes over what exactly is being updated, and what owners of next-gen consoles can expect from the game once the update has been successfully downloaded. 

EA Shares Details About Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Next-Gen Update 

The new update for Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order focuses on improving framerates and resolution ranges for next-gen consoles. If you own an Xbox Series X | S or a PlayStation 5, this update is specifically to your benefit. 

Adding to this, if you own an Xbox Series X | S and have been thinking about playing Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order via Game Pass (now that EA Play titles have been added to the service), there’s no better time to jump in than now thanks to the performance improvements included in the latest update.

For specifics on what has been changed and improved, we’ve included the patch notes from EA’s post down below.

 

High Level Summary of Features:

  • Improved framerate on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5.
  • Improved dynamic resolution ranges, for a higher resolution experience on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5.
  • Improved post-processing resolution for Xbox Series X (Not Xbox Series S) and PS5.

Console Specifics:

Xbox Series S

  • Framerate has been increased to 60 FPS (up from 45 FPS).

Xbox Series X Performance mode

  • Framerate has been increased to 60 FPS.
  • Dynamic resolution added in the range of 1080p to 1440p.

Xbox Series X Normal mode (non-performance mode)

  • Postprocessing has been increased to 4K.
  • Dynamic resolution in the range of 1512p to 2160p.

PlayStation 5

  • Framerate has been increased to 60 FPS (up from 45 FPS).
  • Postprocessing increased to 1440p.
  • Dynamic resolution has been disabled and the game is rendering at 1200p (up from 810-1080p).

 

For more on the next-gen optimization update, be sure to check out the full news post from EA, and stay tuned for more coverage of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order updates in the near future.