Publisher Electronic Arts and developers from the studio Respawn Entertainment released renewal for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, which is designed to improve the performance of the action movie on the latest generation consoles through the program of backward compatibility.
Summary of improvements:
- Increased frame rates on Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5;
- Increased dynamic resolution range on Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5 to improve graphics;
- Increased the resolution at which post-processing is supported on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. (Stays the same on Xbox Series S)
Details for each of the consoles:
Xbox series s
- The frame rate has been increased to 60fps (previously 45fps).
Performance Mode on Xbox Series X
- Frame rate increased to 60 frames per second;
- Dynamic resolution is available in the range from 1080p to 1440p.
Normal Mode on Xbox Series X (not Performance Mode)
- Post-processing is supported up to 4K;
- Dynamic resolution is available from 1512p to 2160p.
- Frame rate increased to 60 frames per second (previously 45 frames per second);
- Post-processing is supported up to 1440p;
- Dynamic resolution is not available, and the game is rendered at 1200p (previously it was 810–1080p).
Comparison of game performance before and after patch 1.12 for PS4 Pro and PS5
Comparison of game performance before and after patch 1.12 for Xbox Series S | X and PS5
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order currently available on Playstation 4, Xbox one and PC (Steam / Origin). In addition, due to backward compatibility, the game can be played on Xbox Series X / S and PS5…
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